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Seth Taylor Feb 21
To all the authors who participated in Whether you landed a deal or not, you’re all champs in my book. Keep writing, keep putting your work out there for people to see, keep lifting each other up.
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Matthew Broberg-Moffitt 🦩🧩 🍀 🐹 📡 14h
And the status of a on Submittable to an editor moved from Received to In-Progress.
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Miranda Paul's book SPEAK UP can be pre-ordered Feb 20
I was not going to participate but a clever one just hooked my eye and now I’m going to scroll the hashtag. If I like your , the query form is online at - please make sure you address it to me and include a bio and research notes if sending
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Miranda Paul's book SPEAK UP can be pre-ordered Feb 20
How on Earth do agents and editors resist liking a hundred different entries!? I want to ❤️ every 5th one but that equals way too many for me to even read. 😭 I’m wildly impressed, and make the prediction that many of you will go on to be published.
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Father Reading and T Feb 20
Everyone knows cockroaches are indestructible! Well, because of that they've seen A LOT! Travel through 350million years of Earth's most extreme events, from the break up of Pangea through the fall of the dinosaurs to Hiroshima and global warming. What The Cockroach Saw!
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Claire Lewis Feb 20
THE BUMBERSHOOT-a Cautionary Tale of the Exploits of one Miss Molly Bumber, Inventor Extraordinaire. It’s the golden age of aviation, & Molly, a keen & fearless inventor, has invented a new type of umbrella that can double up as a parachute. What could possibly go wrong?
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Zahra Marwan Feb 20
A large and gentle man loves to tend to his flowers each day, but is interrupted by his two angry, constantly fighting brothers who live in the same house.
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Laura Mannering Feb 20
A storm of grief has sailed into the lives of a young girl and her mother. Slowly the winds calm and a walk through the city reminds them of memories they can hold onto and never forget.
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Ariana Dagan is querying pb 🐙 🐶 🦖 Feb 21
No luck for me in yesterday's but had so much fun reading everyone's pitches! Very surprised and heartbroken for some of the amazing ones that got passed over. But congrats and goodluck to everyone who got an industry like!
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Kristin Dudish Feb 20
A curious gnome with wanderlust sets off to discover what life is like beyond his familiar garden and home... What he gets is an artrageous adventure!
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Justin LaRoccaHansen Feb 20
When J starts to feel worried or anxious, a fluffy monster named Kirby pays him a visit. Kirby voices the doubts that J feels, but when J starts talking to Kirby he realizes maybe Kirby isn’t there to make him feel worried, but to show him why he feels worried.
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Matthew Broberg-Moffitt 🦩🧩 🍀 🐹 📡 Mar 9
A friend who submitted to the same Lit Agent as I did from a Like received a rejection today. Every time my Inbox dings my stomach clenches and I emit a sub-audible "squeak."
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Daniel Townsend Feb 20
I may not have gotten any agent Likes today but I enjoyed reading everyone’s ideas and seeing artwork. I also made a lot of new friends and that’s worth a great deal. I hope some people made some good contacts today! Congratulations!
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Adam Huss Feb 20
“Puppy Love Is Puppy Love” chronicles a rescue pup named Sawyer’s journey from being rescued to finally finding his forever family of two loving dads and how he learns that love is love no matter which form it may come in.
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Julie Hedlund Feb 21
As I told members today, if you didn't get a like in yesterday, it does NOT mean your work doesn't have merit or won't be published! Keep writing, keep submitting!
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Matthew Broberg-Moffitt 🦩🧩 🍀 🐹 📡 Mar 13
I just got an R&R from a Request for FLANNERY THE FLAMINGO AND THE QUEST.
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Michelle Henrie Feb 20
Now that is over, it's time to think about !
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Kristin Dudish Feb 20
When Crab wakes up in a strange and scary place, he needs to make a run for it or he’ll find himself in hot water. (Literally!) Crab must bravely face the whooshes, snatches, and screeches along the way if he’s ever going to make his way home.
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Meredith Flory Feb 21
Well, no literary agent bites, but I did gain some new followers and have nice interactions, so yay and welcome!
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Leo Antolini Feb 20
Lotte Reiniger directed the first animated movie, using cutouts. She escaped Germany, lived in the UK, and kept animating her entire life. Follow her life and adventures in "Lotte's Silhouettes", a picture book biography
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