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I really slept in late this morning. By late, I mean well past 12:00–noon. But then, I was up well past 2:00am finishing two more chapters in my book. Many 2s and wells there. Synchronicity?
Once I am writing “in the zone” it’s difficult to break my concentration and stop typing.
“Leave the rest for tomorrow,” is not in my…
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The relationship between an author and a literary agent is multi-layered and rich. Part muse, part accountant, the agent guides the author through the unknown waters of a writing career, from the sublime to the mundane.
The cornerstone of the relationship is strength in negotiation. Basically, the agent’s commission is 15% and that is 15% of…Continue
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Lily Sawyers Book Blog Tuesday, March 5, 2013-Welcome Author Jo Anne Myers to my blog I'd like to give a warm welcome to Jo Anne Myers. She has written a book of poetry. Let's find out more about her.
1-How long have you been writing? Since childhood.
2- What is your favorite genre to write? Probable paranormal since it is so creepy and mystifying
3-What are you working on now? I just finished a biography true-crime that occurred in my hometown in 1982, and took 25 years…Continue
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I began writing out of boredom. I was stuck in a dving bell in the middle of the north sea for 47 days. Having read every bookon the rig I decided to write my own. It was a smugglers tale and it was rubbish.
When I came ashore I joined a writers group and decided to learn how to construct a story.
In 1974 I found an agent and sold three plays for TV and was well into my first novel when divorce interupted proceding. I moved abroad and lost contact withmy agent, but continued to…Continue