iWriterly Video: Why Literary Agents & Editors REJECT a Book After the FIRST PAGE: 14 Red Flags | PART 2

LEARN FOURTEEN more RED FLAGS IN EDITING AND HOW INDUSTRY PROS KNOW A BOOK ISN’T READY FOR PUBLICATION. Most literary agents know after the first page (or first few pages) if a manuscript is ready or if the writer needs more time to polish their writing and hone their craft. WATCH PART ONE: Why Literary … Continue reading iWriterly Video: Why Literary Agents & Editors REJECT a Book After the FIRST PAGE: 14 Red Flags | PART 2

Publishable: Episode 6 | Why All Authors Need Literary Agents

Did you know self-published authors can benefit from having a literary agent? In this episode of Publishable, learn why authors looking to publish traditionally and self-publish can BOTH benefit from working with a literary agent.⁠ Topics covered in this video: What is the role of a literary agent for authors who want to be traditionally … Continue reading Publishable: Episode 6 | Why All Authors Need Literary Agents

Query Hack: Critique #2 – YA Science Fiction

Dear Query Hack, Karen, Tim, and Mallory are bored teenagers who have learned to hack their government assigned medical nano-bots as a form of recreational drug. These stims give the teens physical enhancements akin to super-powers, but these new abilities come with a price. They are quickly addictive with severe withdrawal symptoms. At night, they … Continue reading Query Hack: Critique #2 – YA Science Fiction

iWriterly Video: Questions Literary Agents Are Frequently Asked

If you're researching literary agents for your completed book manuscript, speaking with and asking literary agents the right questions is SUPER IMPORTANT. In this video, Meg will answer some of her most frequently asked questions while she worked as a literary agent. She will also share tips regarding an agency's query box, ideal word counts … Continue reading iWriterly Video: Questions Literary Agents Are Frequently Asked