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Guest Posting on 1st Books
I don't review books on 1st Books, but I do host traditionally-published author guest posts to coincide with new book releases, as space allows. If you're interested, contact me through this page, and please include the title, publisher, and publication date.
I recognize the market is changing and many fine books are self-published these days, but due to volume considerations, at the moment I'm only hosting authors who publish with traditional publishers.
Category Archives: Writing Quotes and Other Literary Fun
How sad that this wonderful book image, which I found as a repin on Page & Palette’s Pinterest page, links from the Pinterest post to a porn site. Sigh. I scoped around to find the original image source, but struck … Continue reading
Maybe it’s just that I’m waiting for copyedits on The Wednesday Daughters, but this one–found on Pinterest, thanks to Pudd’nhead Books–made me laugh. – Meg Share the post “When Comforting a Grammar Nazi…”FacebookTwitterGoogle+
I’m in that wonderful place for a writer: between reviews. But I came across a piece in Publisher’s Weekly today listing 13 remarkably bad reviews for classic books. My favorite, because it is about one of my favorite books: “Middlemarch … Continue reading
E.B. White and Friedrich Nietzsche on Writing and Friends … and Please Share Links to Your Writer-Pals
I was just about to tweet the E.B. White quote “It is not often that someone comes along who is a true friend and a good writer” with thanks to some of my writer-pals. But in the process, I realized … Continue reading