Wednesday, August 22, 2007

Miss Snark's Greatest Hits (vol 34)

Anyone writing genre fiction has gotten some variation of "when are you going to write a real book?" Here are some lovely answers to that question.

Anyone who writes has also run into the cousin/uncle/friend-of-a-friend who wants to get you to do some editing for them. Here's one way to say no.

When not to whine about your reviews–anytime they get your name and the name of the book right. Everything else is gravy. So, don't be a nitwit.

Good advice on how to say thank you to an agent who turned you down this time, but did it in a way that makes you happy or want to try them again.

Getting a U.S. based agent when you live beyond the borders is hard, which frankly, sucks. Here's Miss Snark on why she's reluctant to deal with writers who live beyond the edges of the USA.

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