Over the next few months, I'm going to try to secure some published authors and/or agents to contribute to the blog, possibly including some publishers as well. Hopefully this will open more doors and answer questions aspiring writers may (or may not) have. The call is out... who would you want to guest blog here?
I like strong women characters, women who kick butt yet aren't afraid to admit they would be lost in a kitchen (eat that, Martha Stewart!).
When I saw his name, I think I let loose a very girlish squeal. Very girlish, one that would have had me beaten and emasculated by some of my manlier friends.
Hmm... now that I think about it, that would be one heck of a marketing ploy. You announce you're going to start a new series, and then come up with a horrible, horrible book. But then you have the sequel come out nine months later, and it's not so horrible, and so by the time they get to the fifth book they're thinking you're series is solid plated gold. I need to talk to an agent about this...
Editor Dan Hoyt (who is also married to author Sarah Hoyt, which is impressive for both of them. I couldn't imagine living with my editor...) points out how print publishers have changed their modus operandi and correlates how it's now longer authors and publishers working together but publishers versus authors for that extra dime. Here's … Continue reading Dan Hoyt Blogs Back
Larry Correia is currently posting snippets of his upcoming book "The Grimnoir Chronicles Hard Magic" over at his website. Get on over there and read some free chapters a year before the book is scheduled to release. Trust me, it's a great read. It's hooked me. http://larrycorreia.wordpress.com/2010/04/07/7-days-of-grimnoir-sample-chapters-from-the-grimnoir-chronicles-hard-magic/
http://www.jasoncordova.com is still under construction, as my wonderful webmistress keeps reminding me...