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Friday, March 18, 2011

Publishing Pulse 3/18/2011

Success Stories:


Jane Kindred  http://querytracker.net/jane_kindred.php
Amanda Sabourova  http://querytracker.net/amanda_sabourova.php
Mindy McGinnis  http://querytracker.net/mindy_mcginnis.php
Lisa Iriarte    http://querytracker.net/lisa_iriarte.php
Marian Pinera  http://querytracker.net/marian_pinera.php


A triple congratulations to our success stories as QT has just officially logged in our 500th success story! Congratulations!


Around the Internet:


Trying to figure out what strategies work best for your personal goals? Check out this article on the PSYBLOG.


Agent Rachelle Gardner has an excellent post on myth-busting common misconceptions in publishing. Part II here, and part III here.


Fellow QTer Carolyn Kaufman has an excellent post on whether or not your character should get a diagnosis


And finally, when is too soon to start social networking? According to Nathan Bransford, there's no such thing as too early.


Have a great week!




Danyelle writes MG and YA fantasy. In her spare time, she collects dragons, talking frogs, and fairy godmothers. She can be found discussing the art of turning one's characters into various animals, painting with words, and the best ways to avoid getting eaten by dragons on her blog.  

4 comments:

Natalie Aguirre said...

Great links. Thanks.

Danyelle said...

Glad they could be of service. Thanks, Natalie! :)

Stina Lindenblatt said...

Thanks for the great links, Danyelle.

I was glad to see Nanthan say it's about social networking not promotion. Hear that Tweeters and Goodreaders who DM me to buy your book which is a genre I don't read. Which you would know if you looked at my bio. ;)

Danyelle said...

Thank *you*, Stina! :)

Definitely yes to social networking not being about promotion. Most people tend to ignore commercials, I think. :)