Category Archives: revision

To Change or Not to Change: That is the Question

During the conference I attended last week, I must have asked thirty people how their editor and agent “pitching” appointments went. Many of the writers were told to go ahead and submit their full manuscripts. Joy! Even more, though, had … Continue reading

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Want Great Word-of-Mouth Advertising? Write a Great Book!

We hear so much lately about building a platform and social networking and “getting the word out” about our books. It’s true, and it’s important these days. However, let’s not overlook one very critical factor. As one marketing guru said, … Continue reading

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Critiqued? Cry and Throw Things

I’ve had inquiries this month about critique openings  after Christmas. I’m now filling time slots in January through March. At the website page you’ll find the particulars (what and how I critique, how long it takes, cost, etc.) This news comes with a “warning”. Critique Shock What’s this … Continue reading

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