A few months ago I was digging through the boxes of my old stuff at my parents’ house looking for goodness knows what and happened upon the flash drive containing all of my high school writing endeavors. I was so excited to plug in the flash drive and start reading. But man, am I happy … Continue reading Eight Rookie Mistakes to Watch for in Your Writing
Lots of writers ask why agents bother asking for a partial manuscript. After all, what can agents really find in those fifty pages? Wouldn’t it save a lot of time if agents just asked for the full? Short answer? No. Not at all. Aside from just saving a lot of time, agents are also looking … Continue reading What Are Agents Really Looking for in Partials and Fulls?
Today we’re talking with Amber Mitchell about her journey to publishing her first novel, Garden of Thorns, hitting shelves on March 6, 2017. Amber graduated from the University of South Florida with a BA in Creative Writing. She currently lives in a small town in Florida with her husband Brian and their four cats. Starting from the … Continue reading Amber Mitchell Discusses Her Journey To Becoming A Published Author
By Rachel Beck When an agent takes the time to write a thoughtful revision letter for your manuscript, it's a really good thing because it means he or she is interested enough in your story and characters to invest in this. It just means your book isn't quite there yet, but they're willing to put … Continue reading The Revision Letter: Why and How to Follow it to a T