The Joys of Twitter

A rejection letter flopped through the letterbox and I was instantaneously transported to failures-ville, thinking that my genre didn’t fit in and that I was unmarketable – poor me syndrome kicking in. I… Continue reading

On God’s Front Lawn – a taster

I thought I’d give you dear readers a taster of my novel that I finally sent to a few agents after a lot of work and re-working. Chapter OneMoving to the coast seemed… Continue reading

Genre Encore

I open The Writing Magazine April 2010, that is delivered once a month and what should I find, but an article on not worrying what genre or target audience you are writing for… Continue reading

Genre – Mark II

When an agent responded to my query by saying that they weren’t looking for y genre currently, it made me reflect on whether I had understood the concept of my genre totally –… Continue reading

Is it just me?

So far this week I’ve received no rejections – but I’m worried that they’ll all arrive in one swoop and I’ll crumble under the emotional strain – or perhaps I’ll have an alcoholic… Continue reading

I need distraction from the waiting game

My word, I’m at it again – checking and re-checking my emails to see if an agent has left me a favourable message. I suppose at least i haven’t had another rejection –… Continue reading