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plug for online classes this month:
- On Jan. 20, I’m teaching: 3 Secrets to Selling Your Nonfiction Book, includes a critique of your query letter or book hook (up to 300 words)
Best of Best
Is the Query System Dying?
Are These Filter Words Weakening Your Fiction?
10 reasons your novel isn’t getting published
How soon do you query another project (esp. for picture books)?
Should you resurrect an abandoned novel or start a new one?
Are you too old or too remotely located to be published? Thought provoking post from @nicolamorgan
Craft & Technique
Your manuscript is worse than you think, but has way more potential than you think
Tips for high concept writing
Three Ways Writers Evolve Over Time
First Vs. Third: Point of View and Character Development
Top 10 Storyfix posts of 2010. worth checking out.
Editor @BrianKlems offers tips on when it is & isn’t ok to use the names of the deceased in fiction
News & Trends
The Agent’s Role in Today’s Digital Book World by @Kid_Lit
Six e-Book Trends to Watch in 2011
Self-Publishing and E-Publishing
The top ebook self-publishers
Two self-published authors’ paths to commercial success
Marketing & Promotion
How To Create A Podcast
Read it and tweet: @sarahsalway’s top Twitter tips for authors
100 Twitter Feeds That Will Improve Your Writing
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