New Writing Goals

Happy New Year! 2019 is an interesting year for me already as I'm sure it is for you. I have an English degree now with new goals. Writing goals are always important to me. Even if I don't complete them, I get something in life to look forward to, to work towards. My goals this … Continue reading New Writing Goals

Common Query Mistakes

At my new internship, I got to see what was in the bottom drawer: rejected book queries. For over an hour, I read query after query. I discussed them afterwards with the director as well. The rejected queries all had a theme with repeated mistakes. Here's some of the most common mistakes: Misspellings I'm not … Continue reading Common Query Mistakes

A writer’s journey (part five) – small publications

Eventually the editing has to stop, right? All the hours to days to months to years of editing that one certain story cannot keep going on. It's difficult to stop. It's more difficult to get your stories out there and known however. Many literary agents love to accept writers that already have a name for … Continue reading A writer’s journey (part five) – small publications

Talented Writer – Ajay Tulsiani

Not all talented writers are well known, which is a shame. Hundreds of writers out there never get the recognition they need. Ajay Tulsiai, a talented writer I’ve found recently, wrote, Takes One to Know One. The story is about a woman in a terrible romantic relationship. She’s pleased that the bank has a long wait, … Continue reading Talented Writer – Ajay Tulsiani