Monthly Archives: February 2016

When a difficult decision gets easy.

I submitted my book to a publisher at the insistence of a critique partner of mine because she’d already been working with them and recommended them.  So I submitted my manuscript blindly, meaning I didn’t do any further research but totally intended to. Although, in the back of my mind I was like, ‘Nothing will… Continue Reading

It’s not about what YOU want.

Maggie Stiefvater posted on tumblr a while back about her search for critique partners and how she knew she found her writing soulmates.  Basically, Tessa Gratton and Brenna Yovanoff critiqued Maggie’s work in a way that would most benefit the work itself as opposed to critiquing it to the way THEY wanted it written.  The… Continue Reading