By Chuck Sambuchino
Ready to send your book out and contact agents? The last thing you want to do is to rush that submission out the door and hurt your book’s chances.
When submitting your all-important query to agents or editors, it’s not just a question of what to write in the letter—it’s also a question of what not to write.… Read the post
Jenny Hansen here, popping in to share some topics we've been buzzing about behind the scenes at Writers In The Storm.
First of all, this is our 500th post. That is so unbelievable to me. Four years ago, when we started this blog, we had no idea where it would go, or that we'd find nearly this much to post about.… Read the post
By Sharla Rae
Too much flab on a person can cause a fatal heart attack. It's fatal to an author’s writing too.
Flabby writing is usually the result of wordiness or over writing. Both are weak and tiresome and make editors go cross-eyed.… Read the post
by Laura Drake
(Part 1 in a series - click here for Part 2 and Part 3)
You finish your book. You type “The End.” You edit, you revise, and you polish.
You’re done! You dance, you gush. You love the world. … Read the post