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Friday, March 11, 2011

Publishing Pulse: 3/11/11

Agent Success Stories
Congrats to our four success stories this week.

Agent Related Advice
Assistant agent Natalie Fischer talked about when the client/agent relationship doesn’t work anymore.

Nathan Bransford explained this week why some ebooks cost more hardcover.
Pimp My Novel talked about five things to know about the e-evolution.

Writer Conferences
Are you going to any upcoming writer conferences? Agent Janet Reid shared some advice about the benefits of attending conferences and what you shouldn’t do after attending one.

Conference Handouts for Free
Check out this listing of free handouts from the RWA (Romance Writers of America) annual conferences. You don’t have to be a romance writer to appreciate many of the handouts, which include topics on craft and promotion.

Free Online Conference
And if you haven’t already heard, the 2011 WriteOnCon dates are now out. Mark off your calendars for August 16-18th.  You don't want to miss out on the awesome event.

YA Fiction and Teen Opinions
Agent Mary Kole discussed the hierarchy of publishing opinions when it comes to YA novels.

Turning Your Book Into A Movie
Agent Rachelle Gardner talked about in the Hollywood side of the book deal (parts one and two).

 Hope you all have a great weekend!

Stina Lindenblatt writes romantic suspense and young adults novels. In her spare time, she’s a photographer and blogging addict, and can be found hanging out on her blog, Seeing Creative.  


Deb said...

_Great_ round up, Stina! Thanks, thanks!

Natalie Aguirre said...

Great links. Thanks Stina.

G said...

Nice. :/

More YA to glut the market.

The link to the last one doesn't work (at least for me).

Noble M Standing said...

The link to the RWA class notes doesn't work, but if you snoop around a little you'll find the page. Go look it's woirth it. There were so many amazing articles. I think I used a half a ream and ink cartridge in printing them off. Well worth the time and money tho.

Patrick said...

All links should be fixed now. Thanks G and Noble.