DFW Con: See you this weekend!

Dallas Fort Worth Writers: I’m coming your way! This weekend I’ll be at the following conference events: Ask An Agent Session 2 Dawn Frederick, Michelle Johnson, Lana Popovic, Christopher Rhodes, Carly Watters 1:00 to 1:45 p.m.  Sunday There are a lot of opinions out there about to how to become a traditionally published author. Everyone’sContinue reading “DFW Con: See you this weekend!”

Updated: What I’m looking for

Many frequent visitors to this blog know about what I’m looking for in queries and new projects. Here is an updated list of things I’m dying to see come in to me: Upmarket women’s fiction (high stakes, family issues, love, troubled heart, travel) with a new fresh concept Small town romance Historical fiction (i.e. TheContinue reading “Updated: What I’m looking for”

New Client: Jay Onrait

I am very happy to announce a new client I’m working with. Jay Onrait, Gemini award-winning sportscaster, co-host of TSN’s SportsCentre and all-around hilarious guy, is writing a fantastic book of stories and essays from his days as host of Winnipeg’s Big Breakfast, CTV Olympic Morning in Vancouver, hosting at TSN and all the funny antics inContinue reading “New Client: Jay Onrait”

Top 10 Themes, Characters and Genres I’m Looking For In Submissions Right Now

The Book Club Book – The Help, Time Travelers Wife, etc. Accessible and well written fiction Pop Science – Time Magazine-esque non fiction (psychology, health, technology etc.) Upmarket Non Fiction – women’s, memoir Women’s Fiction – Elin Hilderbrand, Cathleen Schine, Jodi Picoult Adult Fiction – characters over 30 years of age