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Tag Archives: writing
I was given an introduction to an agent through a friend of a friend, so I sent out the first three chapters and very quickly got a response asking for the full manuscript. Trying not to get my hopes up … Continue reading
I reject you, I reject you not . . . Now that I have a finished manuscript, the next step on the road to publication, the search for an agent, has begun. This is all new to me, and I … Continue reading
About a decade ago, I joined up with a group of women formed to collectively work through Julia Cameron’s The Artist’s Way (a book I highly recommend). We didn’t get very far, as the group turned into more of a life-goals support … Continue reading
Another writing tool I use, and which I discovered through NaNoWriMo, is Write or Die. In fact I’m using it to write this post (Remember the old Palmolive ad: You’re soaking in it?). Write or Die is a program that … Continue reading
I’m good with work deadlines — always have been. Give me an executive who needs a twenty-minute presentation for a meeting next week and I can hit the outline, first draft, second draft, and polish dates while making sure the … Continue reading
I subscribe to The Writer’s Almanac, which means that every day I get a poem and some snippets of information on writers, thinkers, people who have made a difference in the world. I often come away with inspiration and advice, … Continue reading