Saturday, September 7, 2013

The Faerie War sign up and BookFish Books LLC seeks submissions




Hey guys, Rachel Morgan is releasing another book, The Faerie War on the 21st of October and she needs people to help her spread the word about the release, or write a review for the book. If you are interested, you can sign up Here.





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Did you know that there is a new publisher out there called BookFish Books LLC? Well they are currently accepting YA works and do you know what makes them so great? The agency was founded by writers and one of them is T.C. Mckee, one of our fellow bloggers. This agency helps writers who would like to pursue self-publishing. I should mention that their awesome logo above was designed by the talented Michael Di Gesu, also one of our fellow bloggers.

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I don't know what it is but lately I have been finding it hard to sit still and just be. I feel all jittery and annoyed. Could it be that I have sent out more query letters to agents and not heard anything back? Or could it be because I have not had the urge to write anything lately?

These days I am doing a lot of dishes and I don't even like doing dishes. I think I need to look into buying a dishwasher when I get a job.

What are  you up to?

12 comments :

  1. If you haven't had the urge to write, use it as an excuse to get some reading done. ;-)

    I'm just editing my fantasy epic for publishing and rewriting an unrelated story. I'm seriously lazy when it come to the latter, though.so I'm alternating reading days with writing days so I get a bit of both done.

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  2. Misha - I think you are right. I should just kick back and catch up on my reading. But I feel so guilty when I don't write.

    Good-luck with the editing. I can just imagine how stressful it can be. I always find editing and rewriting to be the worst. Best wishes!

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  3. Please don't feel guilty. I think not have an urge to write is the brain's way of saying it needs a little holiday. I'm editing something I wrote a while back--fresh eyes are making the editing go much faster.

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  4. I haven't had the time to write. The urge has been there but no time. I've discovered that the time away is always a good thing. Whenever I've stepped away, I came back with a new perspective. As for dishes, you definitely need a dishwasher. LOL.

    And...many thanks to you for helping us get the word out. Lots of writerly love!!!

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  5. I feel you murees...
    these days I am too going though a tough and confusing phase.

    But, I also know that eventually things will go fine. Somehow that always happens.

    I wish for you the same :)
    Take Care Murees.. !!

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  6. We all have restless patches. Without realising it, I have spent the last six months doing very little writing, although I thought I was progressing! Obviously needed the break, as perhaps you do. Kind regards, Carole.

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  7. I'm snooping out publishers right now, and I have YA, so I'll check them out!

    I love that cover. I've seen Faerie War somewhere else too!

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  8. Kittie - Good-luck with the editing. Perhaps my mind needs a bit of rest. You are so right. Thank you.

    TC Mckee - You are welcome. I wish you all the success in the world. I so need to buy a dishwasher.

    Jyoti - Thank you. I hope you get your confused situation sorted out. All of the best.

    Carole - Thank you. I think I am going to give the writing a break. Who knows, perhaps it is just what I need.

    Katie - I think the cover is pretty cool as well. Good-luck with finding a publisher. I know it is not easy.

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  9. Definitely try to write something, anything - see if it helps. It can't hurt.

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  10. I love that nerdy book fish logo!

    Sorry to hear that you haven't been in a writing mood, Murees.
    Have you tried something different? Like freestyle writing? Set your timer for about 15 minutes, and then write whatever comes to mind... don't stop to read or edit.
    You can find daily prompts at oneword.com.
    Give it a try!
    Writer In Transit

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  11. Michelle - I know, it is cool, right? Thank you for the great tip Michelle. I will give it a try.

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