How To Turn Your Messy First Draft Into Something That Resembles A Novel – Writers Write

A quick little article that gives some great advice on how to go from your first draft to something worth a line edit.

How To Turn Your Messy First Draft Into Something That Resembles A Novel – Writers Write.

 

Ask a Literary Agent: Mary C. Moore Answers Your Questions! – Book Country Blog

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Here is a Wonderful piece done by Book Country Blog about Literary Agent Mary C. Moore. Mary is on the short list of agents I have researched and plan on querying once I finish my edits. I read a lot of theses interviews but this particular one answered a lot of the questions I’ve personally had, as well as questions I’ve often heard from other writers.

Ask a Literary Agent: Mary C. Moore Answers Your Questions! – Book Country Blog.

14 questions you’re too scared to ask an agent

I LOVE the last answer “Write purdy”

http://www.writersdigest.com/online-editor/literary-agents-unleashed-answers-to-questions-youre-too-afraid-to-ask?et_mid=722310&rid=239166310

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Collaborations That Count: Working with an Editor – PubSense Summit™ PubSense Summit™

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Collaborations That Count: Working with an Editor – PubSense Summit™ PubSense Summit™.

I am seriously considering attending this conference. The only hiccup is that I have already made plans to attend the ConCarolinas SciFi convention in May. Alas, I only have so many babysitting favors to call in and only so much money to spend on these endeavors. Yet I still find myself drooling over another learning opportunity of this caliber, especially when it’s in my own town. Maybe I’ll see if they offer scholarships. Hey, ya never know. I may just see you there.