books are such magical things. we can open them and be transported to new worlds, new times, and new adventures. we can laugh and cry and shake our fists along with our favorite characters, and we can fall in love and have our hearts broken with them, too. my ya gothic horror is on submission… Continue reading an ode to the precious and some gemma doyle fangirling
Thanks, but no thanks. (Fake) Rejection letter hell.
For some road-to-publishing fun, I decided to take some of the most [in]famous rejection letters (sent to UBER famous authors), and combine them into one hellish rejection. May the dreaded form rejection never look quite-so-bad again, my fellow author-ly types. Have a fabulous day. <3333 *Rejection excerpts taken from the following authors/works: LOLITA by Vladimir… Continue reading Thanks, but no thanks. (Fake) Rejection letter hell.
Oceans and streams and crits for water
When people reach out to do good for others, it warms my freaking little heart like you wouldn't believe. Therefore, I want to share with you something I'm seriously crushing on. There are only a few days left of the crits for water fundraising campaign, so don't wait to check it out. Agent critiques, Author… Continue reading Oceans and streams and crits for water
Literary Agents, a writer’s best friend or agents of the dark side?
While the majority of writers appear to be genuinely grateful for agents, others seem less enthused. I’ve read blog posts where agents are put right up there as Satan’s right hand man or woman. They sit back in their office on the 32nd floor of a Manhattan high-rise, grab a cup of coffee and then… Continue reading Literary Agents, a writer’s best friend or agents of the dark side?
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