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QUITE THE QUERY with Natasha Neagle and DIRTY LITTLE SECRETS

  Posted by Amy Trueblood , 08 May 2015 · 151 views

          If you ask any writer about the process of connecting with their agent (or publisher), the majority will say the most difficult part was querying. Not only the actual process of sending out the letters/emails, but formulating the query itself. In fact, I’ve heard more than a few authors say writing […]

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BEHIND THE CURTAIN: What Happens When You Co-Write A Book?

  Posted by Amy Trueblood , 06 May 2015 · 142 views

      I’ve always been curious about writers who co-author a book. A hundred questions race through my head when I think about the process. How do they select a concept? Who writes the main character? What’s the process when it comes time to sell?   Today, with the help of the fabulous Jen […]

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First Five Frenzy with Whitley Abell of Inklings Literary Agency

  Posted by Amy Trueblood , 01 May 2015 · 158 views

</       If you’re like me, you toil for hours editing and fine-tuning the first pages of your manuscript. You look at the first lines to make sure they are compelling and tight.  You examine the next few paragraphs, hoping your MC’s voice is already taking hold of the reader.   The First Five […]

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W.O.W. – Writer Odyssey Wednesday with Charlie N. Holmberg

  Posted by Amy Trueblood , 29 April 2015 · 115 views

          One of the reasons I love doing this series is because sometimes a writer will answer a question with such a brave response that I’m both taken aback and excited to share. This happened in today’s W.O.W. with Charlie Holmberg. When I asked what she would say to a writer who […]

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4K Celebration & Giveaway

  Posted by Amy Trueblood , 27 April 2015 · 120 views

      I am completely and totally overwhelmed by the fact that this blog now has 4,000 followers, and yes, I agree with Kevin Bacon, “LET’S DANCE.”   When I started this blog in 2012 I never imagined coming this far. To be honest, there have been some crazy moments when I wondered if it […]

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QUITE THE QUERY with Stina Lindenblatt and TELL ME WHEN

  Posted by Amy Trueblood , 24 April 2015 · 120 views

    If you ask any writer about the process of connecting with their agent (or publisher), the majority will say the most difficult part was querying. Not only the actual process of sending out the letters/emails, but formulating the query itself. In fact, I’ve heard more than a few authors say writing their query took […]

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First Five Frenzy with Rebecca Podos of Rees Literary Agency

  Posted by Amy Trueblood , 17 April 2015 · 161 views

            If you’re like me, you toil for hours editing and fine-tuning the first pages of your manuscript. You look at the first lines to make sure they are compelling and tight.  You examine the next few paragraphs, hoping your MC’s voice is already taking hold of the reader.   The […]

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Closing in on 100 W.O.W. Posts!

  Posted by Amy Trueblood , 15 April 2015 · 135 views

    In June 0f 2012 I had this crazy idea. This blog was still in its infancy, and I was trying to get my footing as to what types of posts I wanted to share. At the time I was spending a lot of hours on AgentQuery Connect trying to improve my craft and […]

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Monday Musings: Always Push Forward

  Posted by Amy Trueblood , 13 April 2015 · 100 views

  When I was a kid I had this habit of always thinking about the next exciting thing to happen in my life. Just days into starting school in September I was already wishing it was Halloween. Once Halloween was over, it was all about Thanksgiving and then Christmas.   This pattern didn’t disappear as […]

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QUITE THE QUERY with Annie Cardi and THE CHANCE YOU WON’T RETURN

  Posted by Amy Trueblood , 10 April 2015 · 177 views

        If you ask any writer about the process of connecting with their agent (or publisher), the majority will say the most difficult part was querying. Not only the actual process of sending out the letters/emails, but formulating the query itself. In fact, I’ve heard more than a few authors say writing their […]

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