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Friday, June 4, 2010

Publishing Pulse 6/4/10


Congrats to QT Blog Author Elana Johnson!

We are over the moon for our very own Elana, who sold her debut novel, CONTROL ISSUES!
From Publisher's Marketplace: Elana Johnson's CONTROL ISSUES, set in a brainwashed society where those gifted with mind control best join the powers that be, but one rebel girl tries to beat them at their own game, to Anica Rissi at Simon Pulse, by Michelle Andelman at Lynn Franklin Associates (NA).
Congratulations, Elana!

The New QueryTracker Success Stories

Congratulations to our members who signed with agents this week. All the QT success stories can be checked out here.

New Agents Added to the QueryTracker Database

Several new agents and publishers have been added to or updated on the QT Database recently. Check out the box labeled "New and Updated Listings" on the front page of the main QueryTracker.Net site and view their profiles for website links and genres they represent.

Tips, News & Other Interesting Info from Around the 'Net

Casey McCormick had a nice Q & A with Steven Malk of Writers House on her blog, Literary Rambles.

An intern over at Bookends LLC discussed how she reads proposals.

Editorial Ass wrote an interesting article on "How to Throw an Awesome Book Launch."

If you write children's books up to and including YA, you should bookmark Editorial Anonymous' Blog. It's funny and brutally honest.

Author Susan DiMickele guest blogged on Rachelle Gardner's blog about how there's "No Good Time to Write."

Wishing everyone a fabulous weekend.

Mary

5 comments:

Natalie Aguirre said...

Thanks for the great links. Casey McCormick's interview with Steven Malk is worth checking out. She's got a great blog and spotlights agents every Thursday.

Stina Lindenblatt said...

Thanks for the great links. Casey's blog is fabulous. Definitely worth a regular visit.

Casey McCormick said...

Thanks so much for the link, Mary. And CONGRATS again and again to Elana.

Buffy Andrews said...

Doing happy dance for Elana. Pure awesomeness!

Jemi Fraser said...

Congrats again to Elana! :)

Thanks for the links - looks like lots and lots of awesome!