QUERY DATABASES: Electronic ways to keep up with your submissions.
PLOT AND CHARACTER:
THE PROS AND CONS OF DIFFERENT TYPES OF PUBLISHING:
PLOT: Using backplot to make a scene and plot point work
MARKETS: Dorchester drops massmarket books. The important info. and an excellent editorial on the fall out.
PROMOTION: Planning a book tour. (Real world, not online)
PLOT: Yet more links to discussions of backstory.
TIPS TO GETTING YOUR BOOK IN LIBRARIES:
THE SERIES SYNOPSIS: What you need to include while querying.
DIALECT IN DIALOGUE: Can it be too much of a good thing?
PLOT: The plausible premise.
GROUNDING THE READER: Getting your reader into the scene.
POINT OF VIEW: Staying in the reader's head.
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