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  • ...to see my 2nd novel in print and my agent could not sell it to any "traditional" publisher, so I just started submitting it on my own.) My agent offered to look at the contract &...
  • ...uminated and discussed. So would be grateful for responses on here. It's working title has been 'Hopscotch' Stories of Africa and England, others offered have been 'Rough Weave' which...
  • "The week after I flew home from Italy, I was offered a job dancing with a ballet company in San Francisco. Shortly after that, I met my future husband." Sounds like a classic example of how, when God closes a door, she opens a window. :)
  • [email protected], that's actually really interesting, because I started out being offered free copies, which evolved into reviewing with Amazon's Vine program, but ultimately felt th...
  • ...the author's life (covering either a time period, like teen years, or sticking to a theme, like jobs the author had), I don't recall feeling they offered a specific takeaway. Reflecti...
  • The only successful author I saw with promotional gizmos had a little video playing. No bookmarks (I've been in 2 books that offered those, seems like a waste of money)no nail files (...
  • ...I knew David well! Seeing his name in this great book and reading his intense healing journey there, as well as seeing some healing possibilities offered by my teacher in the same cha...
  • ...nted, I sent the MS out again. Within six weeks, (a respectable time frame), I received a thoughtful rejection letter (yes, it's true)! The agent offered a few recommendations about t...
  • ...owledge of Jesus so sees no necessity for him. Will she come to understand about God’s unconditional love for her? Does she receive the free gift offered or does she reject it? This C...
  • ...w, then your book won't get acquired, plain and simple. I think too many authors wrongly base the worth of their novels on whether or not it gets offered a traditional publishing cont...