As an all around word nerd, Meg can often be found participating in online articles, blogs, videos, podcasts, and other events to assist story scribblers in the writing community on their journey toward publication.
Meg also writes guests articles and blogs for publications such as Writer’s Digest and SavvyAuthors. To read those, go to her articles and blogs page (under the Portfolio dropdown menu).
Check out some of the links and content below where Meg had a guest appearance!
Meg LaTorre participates in an interview on the blog, A New Look on Books, answering questions about the origin of iWriterly, how she balanced her various roles/careers, how she got into AuthorTube, how Query Hack was started, how to manage a steep workload, and more.
Meg LaTorre joins Brittany Wang on her YouTube channel for the second part of their YouTube collaboration on how to use Twitter and Instagram as writers/authors.
In the first video, Meg LaTorre of iWriterly asked Brittany questions about Instagram and how published and aspiring authors can use it effectively. In this second video, Meg answers questions about how to use Twitter effectively.
Book Review | Guest Judge
In August 2018,Meg joined Reading Review Wars as a guest judge for Jenna Moreci’s The Savior’s Champion.
At Reading Review Wars, there are two reviewers for a book (him and her) who each rank plot, characters, and world building and provide an argument for that numbered rating. The judge (Meg) selects a winner in each category, which will then decide who wins the war (him or her).
Curious of Meg’s final verdict regarding the two reviews (him vs. her) of Jenna Moreci’s The Saviors Champion? (There’s a whole lot of fangirling of this book going around!) Click the link below to see who won the “war”—aka who she believes had the stronger argument.
Meg LaTorre of iWriterly participates in Bethany Atazadeh’s video, When I Tell People I’m a Writer, along with many of your favorite AuthorTubers, including Mandi Lynn, Brooke Passmore, Natalia Leigh, and more.
iWriterly joins Cam C. Wolfe of Wolfshot Publishing for a two-part collab on how to make an AuthorTube/BookTube channel.
As Mandi Lynn tours BookCon 2018 at the Javits Center in NYC, she vlogs her experience. During this time, she meets a handful of AuthorTubers, Meg included.
iWriterly joins Natalia Leigh, indie author of HIGH BORN and WAY OF SPEARS, for the second video in a two-part collab on self-publishing vs. traditional publishing. In this video, Natalia asks Meg LaTorre questions about the traditional publishing process: things to avoid doing when seeking literary representation, helpful writing resources, author platform, and more.
Literary agent apprentice Meg LaTorre-Snyder discusses her role at Corvisiero Literary Agency and answers listener questions about the querying process. Should you personalize a query? Should writers worry about chasing trends? What should authors know when signing with an agent? How long should a “revise and resubmit” take to complete? Meg answers these questions and many more to help aspiring authors polish their manuscripts, brave the query trenches, and ultimately gain representation.
In this three-part series, learn why literary agents pass on a middle grade (MG) fantasy query or manuscript (or request more pages) from three different literary agents.
The September 2017 agent panel includes Emily S. Keyes of Fuse Literary, Ben Grange of L. Perkins Agency, and your friendly neighborhood Oxford comma police. Er… Meg.
New Agent Feature
Meg LaTorre-Snyder is an editor and writer with a background in magazine publishing, journalism, medical writing, and website creation. Meg is a writer, freelance developmental book editor, and was recently promoted to literary agent apprentice at the Corvisiero Literary Agency. With her background, she’s excited to have a hands-on editorial partnership with authors.