Tag Archives: Kristin Nelson

the rejection book

hey, sorry to be stuck on a kind of depressing subject, but I got another rejection letter yesterday (right after that last post. Honestly!) and it had to be dealt with. And besides, this post is all about positivity! See, … Continue reading

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rejection is hard

So. I started this blog by recounting a certain mini-life/writing-breakdown I had. The instigator of said breakdown was a lovely, encouraging letter I got from Kristin Nelson saying she didn’t think my manuscript was right for their agency. My reactions … Continue reading

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how to write a query letter

First: what is a query letter? It’s the short letter/email you send to either agents or editors to see whether they would be interested in seeing your manuscript. Some agents/editors will ask for a certain amount of chapters with the query, … Continue reading

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the Soulless review

it’s harder to write a gushy review than a sceptical one, so let’s see how I go with it… First: I read this book because so many people had told me to read it and Gail Carriger‘s agent is Kristin … Continue reading

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