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Monthly Archives: December 2012
While my search for a literary agent is still on hold while I continue to get my act together, I got a review for my book, Ghost in the Park, from my brother-in-law, that I just had to share. The … Continue reading
Yay! Though I’ve worked long hours at work, and my family is having our Christmas celebration tomorrow, I managed to finish chapter two of my supernatural romance novel, Wyrd House! It is up and ready to read. You can find … Continue reading
It’s almost Christmas, my work is crazy busy, I’m working longer hours, and I am not getting the time to write that I wish. I work with at risk kids. It’s stressful, but I enjoy it. What is getting me … Continue reading
Hello everyone! I am currently taking a break from query letters, and getting back to writing. I am working on a paranormal romance novel titled Wyrd House and I have decided to publish it in it’s entirety on my blog. … Continue reading
The link below is to a short story that I wrote recently for Das Krakenhaus Publishing, which is currently accepting short stories in the following genres: – apocalyptic, post-apocalyptic, and dystopian. – Scientific Romanticism (H.G. Wells / Jules Verne) and … Continue reading
Your novel is finished and polished until it shines. You have written a default version of your query letter, and you are all set to start customizing it for each agent you query. You are fully prepared to start sending … Continue reading
While you are busily polishing your novel, or waiting impatiently for the kind souls who are reading your book to get back to you, it is a great time to write your query letter. That in mind, let us look … Continue reading
I recently went through the madness of learning how to write query letters and what to do with them. I am a brand new, unpublished writer, yet my query letter to date has earned me two requests for partials and … Continue reading
So here’s the scoop on my first book, Ghost in the Park, a supernatural thriller in 72k-ish words. It took me about 2 months to write then a few weeks tweaking. It has been beta read by Brian and amazing … Continue reading