Congratulations to our latest success story, Katherine Ernst!
If you've never checked out one of our success stories, they're a great way to learn about how other writers found agents on their way to publication. And, success stories like Katherine's usually include the author's successful query, so you can learn from those who did it right!
Around the Internet
How do you deal with reviews? Author Karen Witemeyer gives you some tips in Riding the Review Rollercoaster on Novel Rocket.
Rachelle Gardner is all about finding ideas this week. Her post, 9 Ways to Outwit Writer's Block, is accompanied by another guest post from Ms. Witemeyer, who has more good advice about finding ideas in There's Nothing New Under the Sun.
Ever tell yourself lies to make the editing go easier? Better check out 10 Lies You Might Tell Yourself While Editing and its companion post, 10 More Lies.
Is it email or e-mail? Web site or website? Online or on-line? Find out on The Urban Muse!
Want to get more out of your Facebook fan page? Check out these tips from ProBlogger!
If you have trouble with getting that story started, visit Write It Sideways to learn how to draw in your reader.
Have a great weekend and we'll see you next week!
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, check out Dr. K's blog on Psychology Today, or follow her on Facebook or Google+!