Congratulations and best of luck to our latest QT success stories:
Stephanie Diaz and Michelle Painchaud
Publishing and Writing Links Around the Web
Agent Kristin Nelson tackles a genre that the editors she talked to are seeing a lot of, and wished they weren't.
On Galleycat, author David Thorne makes a case for self-publishing.
Writers in the Storm posted an excellent article on figuring out what your publishing goals are and acting accordingly.
With e-books gaining more popularity, why it makes sense to bundle e-book and print editions of the same book via Future eBook.
Also from Future eBook, Agent Orange gives authors an inside look on how acquisitions works at some houses and why it takes so long for editors to acquire books.
An interview with Stephenie Meyer via Galleycat about her thoughts on 50 Shades of Gray and fan fiction.
Author/editor Chuck Sambuchino has a break down of different types of writers' conferences and how you can figure out which ones are right for you.
Author Patricia C. Wrede discusses whether to preach or not to preach when you're writing a book and why her solid answer is, "It depends."
Have a great weekend!
Danyelle Leafty| @danyelleleafty writes YA and MG fantasy. She is the author of The Fairy Godmother Dilemma series (Catspell, Firespell, and Applespell), and can be found on her blog. She can also be found on Wattpad.