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Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Twitter Tuesday~Queries, Agents, & More

I didn't spend a lot of time on Twitter this week but I did manage to catch quite a few great tweets for writers. This one from Weronika, an agent with D4EO literary is great insight into rejections and what they mean:
@WeronikaJanczuk New blog post! The One Thing You Should Be "Reading Into" (Queries): I hear the phrase "I don't know how to analyz... http://bit.ly/asup65

Author Elizabeth Craig gives us this warning about why it is so important to meet your deadlines once you have a publishing contract. You don't want to miss this:
@elizabethscraig This is Why You Always Meet Your Deadlines: http://dld.bz/uvmx

Here is the tweet of the agent reader opportunity I posted about last Friday:
@WeronikaJanczuk New blog post! An Opportunity to Read: I'd like to find someone who's interested in both a) reading some partial (... http://bit.ly/c2gDjJ

A bit of excellent advice straight from an agent:
@Jolina_Joy An agent answers writers' questions: http://dld.bz/uEeB (via @elizabethscraig) #writing #writetip

An excellent link on polishing your novel:
@WritersDigest 5 Tips To Polish Your Fiction - http://ow.ly/2CoS0

I love these "Agent Advice" interviews. There is always something fantastic in them!
@WritersDigest Agent Advice: Scott Mendel of the Mendel Media Group - "Agent Advice" is a series of quick interviews with literary ... http://ow.ly/18WTL1

A writer shows us that getting published really isn't just about luck after all. Learn why here:
@lkblackburne Writer Beware® Blogs!: Getting Published is Not a Crap Shoot http://bit.ly/9s9YYN  <-- a dose of reality

Anyone else have a great link or tweet that I missed last week?

13 comments:

  1. Heather, these are wonderful insights -- thanks so much for the links! (May I borrow one for my blog post on rejection later today???)

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  2. Thanks Candyland, I hope they help!

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  3. Thanks Linda! Of course you can use my link, I'd be honored!

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  4. Ooh, thanks for the links, Heather! I love hearing tips that you can latch onto. P.S. Gave you a shout out on my blog. Because you are awesome.

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  5. Heather-these links are fabulous! Thanks. :)

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  6. Thanks for these links. Looks like I have some reading to get caught up on.

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  7. Heather thanks for all the links! How do you do this with your busy schedule? Yesterday on the flight, I was telling someone about you...and how you do it all. No excuse for not writing, working, blogging, tweeting... Heather does it! Thanks for being my motivation!

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  8. That's so sweet Samantha, thank you! I'm off to check it out right now!

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  9. Great links! I loved the polishing your writing tips one from writer's digest. The Weronika reading opportunity is also very intriguing. That could be an excellent experience!

    —Portia

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  10. You're welcome Kristi and Alissa, thanks for stopping by!

    Thanks Frankie! :-)

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  11. Somedays I have no idea how I get it all done! LOL! You and others like you are what keep me going though. Knowing I motivate you gives me strength!

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