If you’re thinking about becoming an author, here are some raw in for and insights for you to be mindful of. (Ps. I love when I can hear the voice of the writer in what they write, and found that in this piece and thought I’d share.)
A few months ago (okay, six months ago), I posted a surprisingly popular piece about what not to do when querying, detailing all the things authors should avoid, as well as some of the things they shouldn’t (I posted a reprise of it last week too, in case you were wondering). But that only covered the initial part of the process, the actual act of querying. Today, I want to talk about things you, as an author, can do while you wait oh-so-patiently (yes, that was sarcasm, people) for those elusive responses. And in keeping with the tone of the previous post, there will probably be at least a tiny bit of snark, so be ready.
What To Do WHILE Querying
(aka How to Avoid the Finger-Drumming Lure of Bad Decisions)
Let’s face it, waiting sucks. It has always sucked. And it will continue to suck, because it’s waiting. And…
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