Favorite writing related websites/contests/etc:
Great site filled with writing tips, resources for writers and everything you need to know about query letters – Jane Friedman
Literary Rambles : Informative interviews with agents broken down by what they rep, and links to other articles/interviews with said agents.
How To Write the Perfect Query Letter
Query Shark: A site dedicated to the revision of query letters
The Writing Excuses podcast: An excellent show with great advice on the writing process, querying and more.
Carly Watters Blog: One of my favorite literary agent blogs. Informative, clear and incredibly…
The CBE team has just returned from The Frankfurt Book Fair and it was a fantastic experience. There were many inquiries about the books in our display, meetings going on throughout and of course large amounts of traffic. While at the USA Pavilion reception area there were a few questions that turned out to be frequently asked, and it became clear that some authors had some misconceptions about what they should be doing at a fair like Frankfurt. Like anything when it comes to publishing, research is key. Before you spend money on tickets to a fair, take time…
I travel pretty often and one of the things I use to pass the time on airplanes or hotel rooms is podcasts. If you followed the Serial phenomenon, you’ll know how big podcasts have become recently but aside from true crime programs, there are hidden gems that can help writers with everything from querying to research for their novel. I’ve only been listening to writing podcasts for a few months but below are some of my favorite finds. These are perfect for at work listening, for your morning…
Via Rad/Dom Blog
Below is a compilation of my favorite quotes from The London Book Fair’s Author HQ events.
This is true for so many reasons. You just never know when you’ll meet someone who wants to know more about your book (and that someone could be a literary agent). If you can’t sum up your book quickly, and start stammering/make no sense they might assume you have no sense of your own project and if they’re busy (& chances are they are) you might not…
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