Saritza (Closed To Queries)
Eric Smith @ericsmithrocksI was supposed to be at a conference this weekend, so I gave a talk to the only audience available.
Let’s briefly discuss using comparative titles. pic.twitter.com/iAuWNijkOp
WildMind Creative @WildMind_creatvQuerying? Agent @agentsaba talks about what makes a manuscript memorable, hybrid publishing & trends in the publishing industry. bit.ly/2ThAdpZ @TNIntern #querying
Sarah ★★★★★ Nicolas 🏳️🌈 @Sarah_NicolasYes, people are STILL arguing with my suggestion that aspiring writers read ONE recent book. One. Not one hundred. Not to never read older books. Not write a book exactly like that one. Just read one recent book. And they cannot handle it. I'm flabbergasted twitter.com/Sarah_Nicolas/…
You should be reading on the genre you write and reading current titles to understand the voice and the themes important to that audience/market. #pubtip
Lucienne Diver @LucienneDiverCharacters, Conflict and Publishing, Part II (Conflict): luciennediver.net/2017/06/19/cha…
Quick #pubtip: When writing romance, make sure the hero & love interest are likable. Your readers want to care about your characters.
No one likes to write synopses but it’s a piece of the puzzle that really help me decide whether I want to read more of work or not. #pubtip
Julia Alexandra Weber @JAWeberEditsPersonally, I prefer a query letter to be 300-350 words (+-10%). For me that's a good length. Not too long, not too short. Fellow agents?
There’s no such thing as an erotic YA. It's either New Adult, Adult or pedophile porn. Only 2 of those 3 are publishable. #pubtip