What A Year of Agent Rejections Taught Me

At the end of November in 2015, I sent off my very first agent query. When I was rejected a few months later, it was 2016, and I committed to spending that year sending out more queries. It was a big step, and a process that saw me question if my MS was ready, stop... Continue Reading →


The Problem with Writing Every Day

We've all heard the advice that you need to write every day to be a writer, but is it true? Yes... and no. Writing every day builds your skills. Not only does it progresses your work WIP, but it also forms a writing habit that will skyrocket your productively. What's even better is that you don't... Continue Reading →

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