Closing Down The Blog

  Hi everyone, it’s been a great 6 years of blogging, but it’s time to end the party. My advice to all writers regarding social media and blogging is that if you can’t post consistently with new content then it’s not worth it–and I’m taking my advice! I will leave it up so that you canContinue reading “Closing Down The Blog”

Things I Wish I Knew: Kurestin Armada’s First Year of Agenting

Being an agent is a tough job in general. Your first year of being an agent is one of the toughest of your career if not your life! Not only are you learning as you go, you’re also acquiring clients and building your career from the ground up. I likened my first year or twoContinue reading “Things I Wish I Knew: Kurestin Armada’s First Year of Agenting”

Things I Wish I Knew: Navigating Publishing Contracts

I’m obviously pro-agent. I believe we add huge value to a writer’s career in all areas, but most importantly protecting their intellectual property rights through their contracts. However, sometimes writers get into contract situations without an agent and don’t know what to do. Or, some writers like to learn about the business side of things. ThisContinue reading “Things I Wish I Knew: Navigating Publishing Contracts”

15 Things I’ve Learned in 5 Years: Celebrating my 5 Year ‘Agent-versary’

Last year I wrote a post about my “four year agent-versary.” And focused on what I was grateful for. Last week my friend, and super agent, Katie Shea Boutiller wrote about her 4 years as an agent. Including some great tips about why agents have to be strong editors. This year I’m celebrating 5 years as an agent!Continue reading “15 Things I’ve Learned in 5 Years: Celebrating my 5 Year ‘Agent-versary’”