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The Agent/Author Conversations: How to Make the Most of Your One Chance

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As the "Now What?" Months continue, we’ll be hearing from agents, editors, self-publishers, and authors about the road towards sharing your work. We’ve asked several authors to interview their agents for a peek behind the curtain at what it takes to write and sell a book. Today, Stacey Lee and her agent Kristin Nelson discuss the long road between rejection and redemption:

Stacey Lee: You’ve said that the one word that sums up your inbox in December is NaNoWriMo. Any words of advice for those coming off of their NaNo drafts?

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How to Edit Your Own Writing

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Check out Caroline McMillan’s Life Hacker article on editing your own writing, it contains some great tips.

(via thewritingcafe)

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