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by: LM Preston, www.lmpreston.com
Also look for this article on www.sellingbooks.com and in ezines articles.
I visited the American Library Conference (ALA) in Washington, DC as an author, with my publisher and as a guest. I wanted to give my perspective from all sides regarding how great of…Continue
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Platform Building for the Pre-Published Author, by Kristi Jenkins of The Editorial Department
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-Hello Yalitchat Members-
Georgia, wanted me to inform everyone that is a part of the FANS OF THE TENNERS, ENCHANTED INKPOT, 2009 DEBUTANTES, and ELEVENSIES they will be deleted as of June 30th if no one would like to take responsiblity for the material, and maintence of the group. If you are interested and don't want to see these groups leave, Please Contact Georgia ASAP.
-Thank you kindly-
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Original post by J.T. Dutton on the CYNSATIONS Blog. Title amended by Georgia McBride.
"Fifteen-year-old boys like sex," a member of my graduate committee said one day, a few weeks before I was to defend my thesis.
We had been discussing what a visiting writer to our school had dubbed the absence of a socio-sexual agenda in the draft of my manuscript.
I had it in mind that my main character, Scotty Douglas, wasn’t interested in girls. I claimed he was a lot like…
Enter now and see how your novel's opening stacks up!
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We are thrilled to have Natalie Fischer from the Sandra Dijkstra Literary Agency judging this five-round contest, so polish up the opening lines of your YA novel!
We will accept the first 50 entries starting at 8:00 am and the first 50 at 12:00 pm ET Thursday, June 10th--yes, two submission windows for a total of 100 entries. If we have extra slots, we'll continue until we reach 100.
The top 75 entries will be invited to enter the second…Continue
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From Publishers Weekly (click to read original article)
P Is for Paranormal--Still
Everybody knows they're hotter than hot, but why is that? By Lucinda Dyer
There's no new way to say it, except possibly en francais, the language of love. Paranormal is le dernier cri in the…
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