Monthly Short Story Winner: Fanfic
 

Monthly Short Story Winner

“A Song of Rings and Thrones”

 
The Kaladin Book Soundtrack based on The Way of Kings by Brandon Sanderson – Call To Action
 

Kaladin Book Soundtrack - Story & Kickstarter

Music Inspired by The Way of Kings

 
Small Press, Big Stories: Mrs. Claus Anthology – Cover Reveal
 

Small Press, Big Stories

Mrs. Claus Anthology - Cover Reveal

 

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Agent Harry Illingworth Interview

Agent Harry Illingworth Interview 

You’ll recall, last month, I produced a little article about a big event – Fantasy in the Court. Now, being truthful, a lot of that was Harry Illingworth’s wonderful words. I merely sprinkled stardust around it and got a in a few photographs I’d taken. Harry has graciously agreed to dispense more of his wisdom […]

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Writing A Successful Query Letter

Writing A Successful Query Letter 

If you’ve heard about query letters, no doubt you’ve heard how annoying, infuriatingly difficult, and soul-sucking they are to write. And every word of that is true. Writing my query was a brutal process, but if you want to get an agent; there’s no getting around it. It’s commonly assumed a query is a novel’s […]

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Sara Megibow Interview – Part Three

Sara Megibow Interview – Part Three 

Welcome to the third and final part of our interview with Sara Megibow of the Nelson Literary Agency, where we talk fantasy specifics. With amazing clients in the genre such as Michael R. Underwood (Geekomancy), Betsy Dornbusch (Exile), Eleri Stone (the upcoming Reaper’s Touch), and Steve Vera (the Drynn series)—as well as those mentioned earlier […]

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Sara Megibow Interview – Part Two

Sara Megibow Interview – Part Two 

Welcome to Part II of our interview with literary agent Sara Megibow of the Nelson Literary Agency. If you missed Part I you can read it here. Today we talk about publicity and how authors might handle it, how she finds the perfect publisher fit for a book, and—thanks to the increasing success of self-publishing—whether […]

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Sara Megibow Interview – Part One

Sara Megibow Interview – Part One 

I was pretty excited the day I discovered writers were cool enough to have agents. Akin to a bookish James Bond, a literary agent sounded like someone the recluse in me needed to take on the world as a successful author. Between the two of us, we’d face down the evil publishing house and its […]

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