ArchiveSeptember 2012

The story of our logline – Part I

A repressed vampire princess has a one-night stand with a mysterious stranger from the wrong side of the river, sparking an unexpected chain of events and opening her to a whole new world. This is our logline for our book. We’ve been working on our logline or elevator pitch for some time now. In case you don’t know what that is, it’s a brief summary of a book, providing a short...

Writing, publishing, and the competitive market

As we send out query letters, one of the things we read about is the market is competitive and that they are looking for new and fresh ideas. I understand an agent wanted to find the next great author who has a story or writing unlike anyone has ever seen before. Especially if the writing is good. People are going to talk about it, and it’s going to sell. The part I have trouble with is the...

Nice rejection? No longer an oxymoron!

We received a “nice” rejection from an agent the other day….and I can’t stop thinking about it. It actually made us feel pretty good. Now, I’m not saying that we were happy to be rejected. Of course, it was a big let down to hear “thanks, but no thanks” from an agent. But this rejection said our concept was intriguing. It’s nice to hear from someone...

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