Author Mentor Match: Seeking Unicorns

In the YA and MG (that's Young Adult and Middle Grade, for those accidentally wandering onto this blog) community, helping other writers find their voice and reach their potential is a common, time-honored tradition. This community is one built by readers, and many writers working to be a part of the published YA or MG …

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Three Ways Critique Partners Are Unicorns

There are so many articles and blog posts out there detailing the publishing road, it's various ups and downs, twists and turns, plummets into deep holes of revision malaise and rejection induced cookie-binges. But tucked into those stories of woe and perseverance, are characters many of you will recognize. Critique Partner(s): an enchanted creature one meets …

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The Modern Author Life

Things Writers like JK Rowling and Anne Rice and Stephen King didn't have to worry about when launching their careers: Twitter Facebook Instagram Immediate Human Contact Things authors need to worry about when launching their careers now: Twitter Facebook Instagram Immediate Human Contact And, oh, GIVEAWAYS. After the giveaway drama of yesterday I wrote my friend …

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