Query Writing Advice from a Writer Who’s No Expert but Probably Did Write 58,247 Queries in the Past Five Years — Anne R. Stubert, Author

The body of a query should be 250 words—or less. So that’s probably only a ribcage and the heart beating inside. Everything else is chopped off and discarded. Throw away the torso, arms, and legs. Maybe add a lung, though, because your story should breathe. But, wait—there’s got to be a brain in there, […] via … Continue reading Query Writing Advice from a Writer Who’s No Expert but Probably Did Write 58,247 Queries in the Past Five Years — Anne R. Stubert, Author

Pitch Slam Tips: Don’t Be a Douche Bag — The Creatives’ Place

I’m not one to get nervous: I’ve been the guest speaker at many large functions, both locally and internationally; I’ve sung solos in front of huge crowds, and I do presentations on a regular basis in my professional capacity as an clinical mental health counselor; however, while participating in the Pitch Slam at the Writer’s … Continue reading Pitch Slam Tips: Don’t Be a Douche Bag — The Creatives’ Place