Realizing a Dream
by Katie O’Sullivan
On Becoming an Author
In the beginning, it was Charlie’s fault. He knew I’d always wanted to be an author.
That I kept at it was due to my own stubborn nature, and the fact that I’ve wanted to write a book since I read my first Bobbsey Twin mystery.
Available Oct. 1, 2009
Getting an Agent is a Community Effort
by Kathleen O’Keefe Kanavos
On Rewrites & Securing an Agent
Writing a book is like having a baby. It took me two years and nine drafts to get my child noticed. Raising that child to become successful can be a community effort.
My baby is SURVIVING CANCERLAND: The Psychic Aspects of Healing. My book is about my journey through breast cancer, survival and recurrence.
The community that helped me “send it off” was the Cape Cod Writers Center and CapeWomenOnline Magazine. It all started with courses I took at the Writer’s Conferences at Craigsville, Pitching your Work to an Agent, and culminated at a cocktail party hosted by the Writer’s Center to introduce Cape writers to New York literary agents.
Getting Published: From Idea to Reality
by Olivia H. Miller
This is a story about getting published, complete with the usual twists and turns, along with some life lessons I hope you’ll find helpful and inspirational.
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