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Friday, October 26, 2012

Link Blitz

I've started building up my small publisher list for future queries, since it's a little silly not to take advantage of all the doors that are available for publishing. (Anyone else feel like a door-to-door salesman when it comes to queries? Anyone? Buehler?)

I have... 12 so far. I took some from Deana Barnhart's blog, and have added Front Street and Shadow Mountain. If you know any other reputable small presses, do let me know! Maybe we can collaborate. :)

Onto the blitz!

Writer's Potpourri:


Great Apps for Writers

If You Remember One Thing, It Should Be This: Never Sign an Unnegotiated Boilerplate Contract with Any Publisher

The Perils and Pitfalls of Writing with a Partner

How Can You Find a Voice You Never Discovered?

Who Needs a Platform?

What's a Non-fiction Writer Supposed to Do in November?


Other Babble:


Omaha Schoolgirl Dresses as a Different Historical Figure Each Day

Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Brownie Recipe 
(I am pro healthy desserts, but one look at this crushed my resolve and I made it last night. Very, very good. Though I might use my own recipe for the brownie portion next time...)

8 comments:

  1. I can see where your resolve would be crushed. That looks amazing.

    Thanks for the links!

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  2. Awesome list of links... I love links ;)

    And I don't know anything about small press... but I'm sure the list rocks and I'm excited for you! ;D

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  3. Yeah, I'd love to know what's on your list. I'll e-mail you!

    Rhemalda Publishing and World Weaver Press are also reputable digital-first small presses.

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  4. Ooooh, drooling over here...

    A friend of mine is getting e-published through In This Together Media. I don't know much about them, but she seems really happy about it.

    Thanks for all these links... Can't wait to read them!

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  5. Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Brownie Recipe - these are all my favorite things. I may die.

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  6. Thanks for the linkage! I heard about that Omaha girl - so awesome!

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  7. Great links. My daughter doesn't like chocolate so if I make that recipe, I'll have to eat it all myself. Such sacrifice!

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