Tag: query

OneNote for Authors: Tracking Querys

As an author, one of the more detailed activities I do – outside of writing – is querying. I have to keep track of both agents and editors I am querying. There are a lot of details to keep on top of when querying. I use OneNote to track it all. This post assumes you know the basics of OneNote and how to create … Read More OneNote for Authors: Tracking Querys

March 2014 – Goal Setting

My “Month of Andromeda’s Fall” is over and I am very much looking forward to what March will bring. Before I look forward, let me first take a moment to send out a huge thank you to Masq Crew for the awesome cover reveal, and to all my readers (old and new) who played the games. I hope you all had fun! I have … Read More March 2014 – Goal Setting

Rewriting Blue Violet’s Pitch for a Query Letter

I’m in the process of sending out query letters as I pursue more traditional publication. I have done this before, but with no success. This time I decided to revise my pitch. Now, my chances of getting a nibble from a publisher/editor/agent are a little under 2% according to a quick Google search. So I’m setting my expectations very low. But logically, my chances … Read More Rewriting Blue Violet’s Pitch for a Query Letter

My Shot at a Pitch Contest (Entangled Publishing on NA Alley)

The awesome folks at NA Alley are hosting a pitch contest from Entangled Publishing.  NA Ally are a group of people who have been or are in the writing/publishing biz and who are focused on the New Adult genre. If you haven’t heard of NA, it is a genre that bridges the gap between Young Adult and Adult. This is my favorite time of life … Read More My Shot at a Pitch Contest (Entangled Publishing on NA Alley)