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Ryan Kurr 2h
Am I really just a shitty writer, or are agents just ridiculously subjective or...something else?
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James Nova (j-No) 2h
“typical first novel”- a minor-chord and semi-autobiographical nibbling expedition around the margins of a life. -
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Kauai Writers Conference 2h
Michelle Tessler of represents journalists, scientists, academics, experts in their fields, as well as novelists with unique voices. Pitch Michelle this November:
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Jenn Goddu Sep 18
Not a nibble during ? Keep going. Try the traditional route. . Here's one view on finding a
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the_birdcatcher Sep 12
Tiny tadpole seeks legs to help find got all the gear and no idea where do I start ?
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King Aaron Bernard Sep 17
Am I ready for a
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Lonny Sanford 9h
Replying to @Bobcat_syfy
I have a shorter about 70k words. Thriller about a 18 yr old super hacker who has to save the world. looking for an agent
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Queen Chocolate Drop Sep 18
Looking for a literary agent for a children’s series. If you know any who are currently looking for new submissions let me know please.
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Tammy McAtee 3h
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Nell Grey Sep 15
My four book romance series will be ready by November. Send to publishers or go for it and self publish Kindle? Any advice?
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misti Sep 19
Some say I'm anti-social, I say that being alone feels so good that it's others that need to up their game for an invite...😉💋 ~SoulStirrer. ❤
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Darling Axe Editing Sep 16
Book Broker – An interview with literary agent Kat Kerr "Be prepared, be patient, and be kind. In that order."
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Talen Williams Sep 16
Finding a that's looking for my specific brand of is harder than I thought it would be.
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Sherna Khambatta 9h
A Explains the Ins and Outs of Book Deals. How do advances work? When do you get royalties? How long until you can quit your job? A pro demystifies the money part of writing via
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Caleb S. Davis Sep 13
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YayNewAuthor Sep 17
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Patrick T. Luce Sep 16
I have a completed novel, which is the first in a planned series. In my query letters, do I pitch the book alone, the book and mention the series, pitch the whole series?
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Mr1Gonzalez Sep 14
Sold 100 copies of my 1st book with virtually zero marketing and limited support other than family and haven’t received word from the list that I’ve reached out to. I still feel . get off me.
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Stephanie Chandler Sep 16
Literary Agent Interview: Ronald Gerber
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Robyn Roste 23h
How Literary Agents Agree and Differ: Lessons From the Annual Writer’s Digest Conference by via
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