Monthly Archives: January 2016

Bum dum DA DA dum BUM– MYYYYY Neuroses!

Neurosis the first:  Lately I’ve been wondering if perhaps I am not analytical enough of fiction.  I am more concerned with the question “Is this a good story?” than I am any other. And I wonder if that might be … Continue reading

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Just checking in

If you didn’t hear it through other channels, the agent who requested pages passed on the project. I spent about twelve hours crushed, because the agent in question was Sara Megibow, who is awesome in many ways, and I was … Continue reading

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Sad News re: David G. Hartwell

Very saddened to hear this morning that David G. Hartwell, one of the preeminent editors in Science Fiction and Fantasy, has suffered a brain bleed and is not expected to survive. I am not fortunate enough to be one of … Continue reading

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Even Good News Can Make Me Itch

So this morning I saw I had an email back from one of the agents to whom I still have active queries out (no names; it seems unethical to say who they are here).  I had a mixed reaction to … Continue reading

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The Book, and What’s Important About It

Who knew selling a book would be so hard? Well, I did, actually.  But this is nothing compared to the writing. Anyway, the book is still going around to agents.  There was a request for more pages, but the agent passed–said she … Continue reading

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