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It’s rewrites and beer o’clock!

  ICYMI, Harper Voyager (the specfic branch of big-sixer Harper Collins) is throwing wide its submission doors for two weeks in October to unagented, unsolicited FULL manuscripts. HV publishes bigwigs like Richard Kadrey, Gregory Maguire, Kim Harrison, Clive Barker, Jack … Continue reading

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I’m doing it again.

The thing where I claim to not have anything to say, so I don’t write. The thing where I say, “I’m not inspired,” so I don’t write. Where I say I don’t have time, so I don’t write. It’s all … Continue reading

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Seven Things I’ve Learned About Querying

I have finished a second draft of FRAMED, and, in order to give it some distance before I look at it again, I have begun the daunting task of drafting query letters. In the late nights at Books-A-Million, leafing through … Continue reading

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Edits & the Antisocial Writer

Oh, there you are. Where have you been? Why don’t I see you anymore? Writing makes you antisocial. I know this, and have just empirically proven it by posting NOTHING for 9 weeks. Why? Because I was writing. And editing. … Continue reading

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