8 #Hashtags For Writers

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With the advent of technology, more and more of publishing moves online. Long gone are the days of having to put your manuscript into a SASE and mailing it off through snail mail. As you may have guessed from some of my previous blog posts, I am big into social media, a place where many […]

5 Literary Agents and Agencies to Follow on Tumblr

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A couple weeks ago, I told you guys some agents to follow on Twitter. Sadly, Twitter does not allow for really in-depth questions and answers, so some agents and agencies have migrated to Tumblr to help writers out. These are just a few: Suzie Townsend Pete Knapp P.S. Literary Agency Donald Maass Literary Agency Jennifer Laughran […]

10 Literary Agents I Follow on Twitter

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One thing these agents all have in common is that they are happy to give advice and answer questions for newbie writers. Laura Zats – One-half of the literary friends that brings us the podcast Print Run Caitie Flum-Always friendly and open to questions Jessica Sinsheimer-Co-creator of Manuscript Academy and Manuscript Wish List Brooks Sherman– Just […]

2018 Goals

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Who needs resolutions when you can have goals? To me, resolutions are things people hope to accomplish, but rarely actually make an effort towards. Goals, on the other hand, are things that people will actually work for. That is why for 2018 I am making goals, not resolutions. I’ll keep this post simple and just […]

#PitchWars: Time To #PimpMyBio!

What’s up #PitchWars mentors and mentees. I have to admit, I’m kind of nervous. I’ve never done #PitchWars before, let alone #PimpMyBio. Not totally sure what is supposed to go in these things, but after cruising through a few posts, I am going to try my hand at it. As they say, you miss 100% […]

#BlackGirlMagic in Publishing

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First off, there is so much #blackgirlmagic happening in publishing write now. Angie Thomas, Tomi Adeyemi, Dhonielle Clayton. It is beautiful to finally see more black women making it in publishing. In theaters now is Everything, Everything, a YA romance based off of a book written by a wonderful black woman, Nicola Yoon. I get so […]