Our contest with Weronika Janczuk is now closed. Thank you to everyone who entered! I will post a little more information this afternoon, after I get a chance to count the entries and make sure they all came through all right.
Q&A With Leah Clifford: A Huge Success!
The Q&A with Leah Clifford last week went well and we have randomly selected two door-prize winners.
- The autographed copy of Leah's book, A Touch Mortal goes to Eliza Faith.
- And the ten page manuscript critique goes to Keriann Greaney Martin.
Winners, congratulations! Please contact Patrick using the QT contact form at http://QueryTracker.net/contact.php for instructions to claim your prizes.
Thank you again to Leah, and to all who participated!!
Celebrating A Job Well Done
We want to give a little shout-out to another great writers' blog: Adventures in Children's Publishing is celebrating their 1st anniversary on March 10th—so Happy 1st Anniversary!
Around the Internet
Fantastic blog post over on Inkpunks: Lessons from the Slush Pile: Your Cover Letter and You
Blood-Red Pencil has some good info on how to consolidate your crit buddies' remarks into one document.
Rachelle Gardner gives you some tips on what to do When Multiple Agents are Interested
From Novel Publicity, 10 Tips to Get the Most Out of Twitter. And while you're at it, check out how to Build a Facebook Author Page and Get People to "Like" It
Carolyn Kaufman, PsyD's book, THE WRITER'S GUIDE TO PSYCHOLOGY: How to Write Accurately About Psychological Disorders, Clinical Treatment, and Human Behavior helps writers avoid common misconceptions and inaccuracies and "get the psych right" in their stories. You can learn more about The Writer's Guide to Psychology (or buy an autographed copy!), check out Dr. K's blog on Psychology Today, or follow her on Facebook!