The QueryTracker Newsletter
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Recent QueryTracker Success Stories
New Agents Added to the QueryTracker Database
Tips, News & Other Interesting Info from Around the 'Net
Literary agent Janet Reid explains the difference between "pitch" and "query" on her blog.
Guest blogger Mary Demuth lists 10 ways to be awkward at a writer's conference on literary agent Rachelle Gardner's blog.
Nathan Bransford once blogged about how sometimes writers' fantasies of success can be detrimental and here is an article from Psyblog backing that up called Success! Why Expectations Beat Fantasies.
Author Sarah Sundin gives practical tips on how to increase productivity and tame time on the Novel Journey blog.
You can read an editor's take on the how and why of pre-publication changes over on the Behler Blog.
Online Conference: It's now registration time for the Catholic Writers Conference Online, which anyone can join (You do not have to be Catholic). It's free and there will be editors and agents to pitch in addition to classes on a variety of topics, many of which have to do with the craft of writing. And...QT's very own Jane Lebak will be teaching two workshops there. One is a short story workshop with a limited membership, and one is a workshop on how to write an awesome query.
Wishing everyone a fabulous weekend.