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Here’s my selection of interesting (and sometimes amusing) posts about writing from the last week:


Query Bombing: Your Query Timing Questions Answered (Carolyn Kaufman)

Jealousy – Envy – Regret (Ken Schneyer aka ken_schneyer)

Writing When You’re NOT A Reader (Natalie Whipple)

[Writing Post] Getting Paid What We’re Worth (Rhonda Eudaly)

Retraining My Brain (L. J. Sellers)

Know Thy Biz (Misha McGuiness aka misha_mcg)

How to Query Lit Agents: 6 Overlooked Steps (Sara Hockler)

A Safer Way to Get Noticed (Jane Lebak)

Author Advances: Is There Such A Thing as Too Much? (Rachelle Gardner)

When Art and Business Collide (Marie Lamba)

Rules of Genre
(Kiersten White) [Jon’s Pick of the Week]
by way of April Henry


If you found these useful, you may also like my personal selection ofthe most interesting blog posts from 2010 and last week’s list.



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msstacy13
Aug. 26th, 2011 05:35 pm (UTC)
Thank you for asking.
:)

Daybreak in Alabama was intended as
the first in a series. If I write and publish
the next one, I could do a revision of the first
as a prequel. As it is, the only reputable publisher I found
that prints macabre historical lesbian ficton
didn't like it.

My only hope for But Soon It Will Be Night
is to write and publish another historical novel;
if I can establish a niche in that market,
this book has a chance.
But the book itself can't be revised or rewritten;
in a sense, it's too well-written.
It does what it does perfectly,
but what it does was probably best left undone.
I don't regret having written it,
and I will always be proud of it,
but it will never be anything I can brag about.

Things What I Wrote and Other Stuff

No longer in print but there are still some copies floating around out there


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