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Emma Lombard Author 3h
Replying to @ReginaStriblin3
It is my understanding that unless the rest of the books in the series are already written, it’s best not to mention this in the query but rather bring it up when you get that prized phone call from an agent. 👍😁
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Mary Anne Yarde 4h
Join author, Judith Arnopp., as she takes a look at "A (not so merry) .” There is also a chance to check out Judith’s new book — The Heretic Wind: The Life of Mary Tudor, Queen of England
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Angela Ackerman 4h
Textures are all around your character and will help create Deep POV. If you need help the Texture Thesaurus is filled with descriptions you can apply to your story:
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Emma Lombard Author 4h
Replying to @claudiarachel
You’re welcome, Claudia. 💞
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Emma Lombard Author 4h
Replying to @RoaDemille
Have you used beta readers?
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Emma Lombard Author Dec 12
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mainlymuseums Dec 12
So have you been on a Pirate Ship lately? Emma has stepped foot on Notorious. YoHoHo
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Emma Lombard Author Dec 4
Hey Ever wanted to pick up the phone and call an agent to ask a bazillion questions? Here's the next best thing! A guest post by New York literary agent and the Query Shark herself, Janet Reid! RULES FOR WRITERS
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Emma Lombard Author 5h
Replying to @kcjulius
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Jane Friedman 17h
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Barry S. Brunswick Author 7h
Who's fallen in love with someone they met on Twitter?
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Diane Laney Fitzpatrick 13h
Replying to @magnolia3169
There's no rule to this. The writers you're lifting are chosen w/out their consent. They may not have the time or wililngness to do the same. If you're doing a writer lift, there shouldn't be any strings attached. It's not everyone's thing. People use social media differently.
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Emma Lombard Author 7h
👍❤️😘
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Emma Lombard Author 7h
It’s a tad warm today (39 degrees Celsius) but it should cool down to the low 30s as the week progresses. Let’s just say, we’re making the most of the aircon right now. Might go for a night walk on the beach when the sand won’t blister our feet! 😜
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Emma Lombard Author 7h
That made me giggle profusely!! 🤣😘
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Emma Lombard Author 7h
I’m making sure my birthday is special ... here’s my birthday present to myself! I’m here for the week with three of my lads! 🤩😍
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Emma Lombard Author 7h
Thanks, Drēma!! 🥰 Appreciate the love! 😍
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Emma Lombard Author 7h
Replying to @EX_Tennyson @_smromero
Thank you sooooo much, Emily!! This is too sweet of you! 🥰 Hello birthday buddy !! I’ve given you a birthday follow!! 👋👋👋
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Emma Lombard Author 7h
Thank you, Emily!! ❤️❤️❤️ At least virtual cake is much kinder on the waistline! 🤣🤣🤣
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Emma Lombard Author 8h
Replying to @WorldZealand
What a beautiful quote that is soooo true!! 💖💖💖
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