Monthly Archives: May 2011

So Query Letter…We Meet At Last

I’ve jumped headfirst into the Query Letter maelstrom, and I have to admit it’s daunting.  As I sorted through multitudes of resources that aimed to help me, I became increasingly less confident that I understood the expectations of the agents … Continue reading

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Draft finished…check. Edits complete…check. Now what?

Just over a year after starting the rough draft, my first novel manuscript is – for all intents and purposes – complete.  Chasing After Vanity, a Crime-Humor-Thriller is one small step closer to publication. I can now say that this … Continue reading

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Who Cares What You Write? Only One Way to Find Out (Finding Your Voice, Part 2)

Two decades ago I found myself walking around the campus of Goucher College, located in Towson, MD.  I was a freshman, and I had two lofty goals at the time: become President of the United States before age 40, and … Continue reading

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Writer’s Inspiration Contest Winners!

Well, as you can see from above, my highly advanced computer algorithms have been hard at work, and I’m excited to say that we have a winner for the Writer’s Inspiration Contest. Without any more delay, our winners are: 1st … Continue reading

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