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Is Pitching In Person A Good Thing?
Posted on September 25, 2013 by M. H. Lee
So I had the opportunity to pitch an agent in person and they requested pages. (Yay!) But I started thinking whether this was really a good thing. Seems obvious, right? They requested pages, therefore, it’s a good thing. But…
Crap! (Followed by some links on agents and querying)
Posted on April 29, 2013 by M. H. Lee
Nothing like writing a story with a goal in mind and then finishing it and figuring out it won’t meet that goal. I had that happen with a short story a while ago – the one I really don’t know … Continue reading →
Posted in Advice, General Musings, My Writing, Writing | Tagged being a writer, Carol Blake post, Curtis Brown Creative submission blog, Janet Reid blog, Mark Blanchard post, Query Shark blog, querying, Rachelle Gardner blog, rejection sucks, Sarah LaPolla blog, Tor UK open submission, word limits are annoying, writing | Comments Off on Crap! (Followed by some links on agents and querying)
Posted on October 14, 2012 by M. H. Lee
It’s one of those days when I have too many little snippets of thought running around in my head, none of which want to coalesce into a solid post. So, you’re just going to get a random mish-mash.
Posted in Advice, General Musings, Writing | Tagged being a writer, beta readers, ignoring the voices, patricia c. wrede blog, querying, revising, writing | 2 Comments