Or maybe you've written one and you're looking for an agent?
Whatever the case, what questions burn for you right now?
Do you need help with writing - plotting, characterization, self-editing, etc?
Or are you uncertain how to deal with the rejection from potential agents? How to write a good query letter? Or what to do if an agent offers representation?
Whatever your questions, ask them in the comments here. If I don't have the answer, I'll find someone who does.
Your Turn: What do you wish you already knew?
How do you format a book to epublish it on Amazon?ReplyDelete
How do you know when you are done editing/rewriting? (Feels like the process won't end.)
Is Scrivener any good? Is it available for PC?ReplyDelete
Rob: I can (sort of) answer that one quickly, I've heard both published and unpublished writers sing the praises of Scrivener. I haven't used it myself, but it is currently available FREE in Beta for PC here: http://www.literatureandlatte.com/scrivenerforwindows/ReplyDelete
I understand that free version will run out next month when they launch for real, but it's a great way to get a taste and figure out if you want to use it.
Thanks for this, very helpful. I will let you know what I think of it.