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Suddenly I’m a fan of Chick Lit

I’ve pitched my novel to literary agents and editors for the past five years at the Pacific Northwest Writers’ Association conference.  Over time, these professionals have been gracious, and most asked me to send them something, sometimes only a synopsis … Continue reading

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Putting early learning to work with literary agents

Recently, I had a chance to do what I do best, namely, read aloud in front of an audience. Not exactly a big claim to fame. Since I was attending the annual Pacific NW Writers’ Conference at the time, reading … Continue reading

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Pitching my novel to an agent

The highlight of my year came last week at the Pacific Northwest Writers’ Association  annual conference. What set this conference apart from all the others I’ve attended was “The Power Pitch Block,” ninety-minute periods in which a few hundred supplicants … Continue reading

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