From the looks of things, it’s starting to gain attention, finally. I am a woman, and an author, so this trend seriously impacts me in a negative way. J.K Rowling faced it, hence why she picked a gender neutral pseudonym, and many other female writers also face it. It’s disgusting. McCleans, one of the biggest … More Sexism in the publishing/writing world.
Ok everyone, I have an honest question, especially for those who read my book. I’ve been sitting on a query letter for months, to Laurel K Hamilton’s agent. I’ve been debating on sending it. I haven’t sent it yet because I’ve rejected, or worse, ignored by multiple agents over the course of the two years … More Question to the readers of Wild Hunt:
I like pie, just not from random internet strangers. So, you grabbed a new shiny book off of Amazon, Kobo or Smashwords and read it through. You absolutely loved it! You can’t wait for more from this brand new author and wait with baited breath for their next release. How about you go and tell … More To My Dear Readers: If you like Wild Hunt, please go leave a review!
I have received two rejection emails so far to my queries. You know what, I ain’t even mad. Not even a slight bit disappointed to tell you the truth. Know why? It means my queries were actually read by a human being. They were read either by the agent him or herself, or an unpaid … More On seeking an agent and dealing with rejection
Greetings everyone! I’m sorry I have been quiet. I think an author that isn’t blogging is an author that’s busy writing books for you all to read. That’s my take, and that’s actually what I have been doing. So silence is a good thing, especially when it comes to small authors such as myself, who … More Author Update Not So Good News.
Mistakes are an inevitable part of life, especially in writing. My mistake was jumping too quickly into the “I GOTTA PUBLISH IT NAO” hole. I didn’t prepare properly, I didn’t have this blog, I didn’t have a separate twitter account, so I kept all my “stuff” with the ‘work stuff’ and that, I guess wasn’t … More Learning From My Mistakes