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I thought I was a goner

I’m not gonna lie. 2022 has already been a hell of an interesting year.

You haven’t heard from me much because I was honing crafts, expanding contacts, and rolling with the considerable punches this year has been dealing out!

Looking up 6 months in, it’s time to take stock, give thanks, and also dole out some resources I’ve accumulated for you. Because at the end of the day all of my learnings are in service of helping someone else have a smoother go of it.

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Things to Remember When Self-Editing

Things to Remember When Self-Editing

Author C.S. Lakin provides ten useful reminders to writers as they progress through crafting their next masterpiece on the website Write to Done. Her advice within her post entitled How To Write Well: 10 Essential Self-Editing Tips goes from the simple “use commas” to...

Publishers Weekly’s 6 Tips for More Diversity in Publishing

After releasing its annual Salary Survey, PW followed the news of the results with a panel of publishing industry insiders discussing the survey findings, their reactions to them, and asking the panelists to recount their own experiences in the industry. The panel...

10 Social Media Tips Authors Should Know

10 Social Media Tips Authors Should Know

Author Guy Kawasaki gives ten points of action for all authors to take advantage of when using social media in his article Guy Kawasaki’s 10 Social Media Tips for Authors. Now Guy must know a thing or two as he’s amassed 3.8 mil Google+ followers, 286K Facebook...


The Productive Entrepreneur

Learn the 4 Pillars of Productivity and Tips and Tricks to Implement in Your Business


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The Diversity in Kid Lit Dream

Edith Campbell features a guest post by Founder Ayanna Coleman on her blog, Crazy QuiltEdi. Here's a snippet:   I do not wish to keep my dreams of a world where there is full diversity in children’s literature inside my mind any longer. I want this dream to...

GrubStreet Micro-Interview with Ayanna Coleman

In preparation for the Muse and the Marketplace 2014 conference, the amazing organizers of GrubStreet conducted micro-interviews with some of the "authors, agents and editors who will be attending the event." See one of the five questions Ayanna Coleman answered as...

Diversity in Publishing with Quill Shift

Lyn Miller-Lachmann, author of Gringolandia and Rogue, pens a wonderful post where she explains not only the Quill Shift Literary Agency model to her readers, but also explains the dire need for more children's books written by and about underrepresented groups, the...

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