Writers’ Roundup: Debut

Taking a hint from a few of my favorite blogs, I’ve decided to post a weekly round-up of online writing tips, publishing news and other useful links I’ve come across during last week. You can expect this every Friday.

What have I got for you this week?

  • Literary agent Rachelle Gardner explains on Editor Unleashed the #1 mistake writers make when querying her.

Looking for other weekly round-ups? Try blogs by literary agent Nathan Bransford, and writers Ami Spencer and Elle Parker.

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9 Responses

  1. Quotation Marks. Hurts to read it, as I’m “guilty” of this.

    Anyway, one of my favorites is… “I love that the Jellyfish Yo-Yos are totally vernacular, but “hackey” sacks is a slang term that requires separation.”

    Galen,
    http://www.galenkindley.com

  2. Thanks for the mention. I’m looking forward to checking out the other links.

    Jane Kennedy Sutton
    http://janekennedysutton.blogspot.com/

  3. Great idea. Will check these out.

    Karen Walker
    http://www.karenfollowingthewhispers.blogspot.com

  4. Excellent! I love these kinds of posts (and often read several of the blogs quoted from) I’ll definitely check them out.

    Thanks for sharing!

    Nancy
    http://nasharpe.blogspot.com

  5. Nice collection of stuff – and thank you for the mention. I love the Blog of Unnecessary Quotation Marks.

    Elle Parker
    http://elleparkerbooks.blogspot.com/

  6. Thanks for the links. I never catch all the good stuff that’s out there, which is why I started my own link lists. I figured if I felt like I was missing out on really great content then there must be others out there who felt the same way. 🙂

    (And thanks for the shout out!)

  7. That’s a good way to round up the week. Thanks. How about put in what to expect for next week too?

    In Quest of Theta Magic

  8. Thanks. That’s a useful post for many of us who love to find new good stuff.

    Patricia
    http://patriciastoltey.blogspot.com

  9. Nice twist. Keep the variety going and you keep your blog a welcoming place to visit.

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