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TOOL KIT
Advice/Q&A
December, 2012

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Advice/Q&A

Neubauer's Nuggets
We've all heard that nonfiction is what sells, so what do you have to do get your fiction published? Is writing for free a necessary part of paying your dues? Joan has the answers.
By Joan Neubauer


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Advice/Q&A

Author/Agent Contract
The legalities of writing and publishing can be complex and confusing. The checklist simplifies the process.
By Tad Crawford


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Author's Bill Of Rights
Before entering an agreement with a self-publisher, use the Author's Bill of Rights to double-check that you are getting a fair deal. Know what you should expect.
By Mark Levine


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Advice/Q&A

Character Questionnaire
Fill out the free character questionaire and never again worry if your leading lady's hair is rooster red at the begining and pea green at the end.
By Helen Dunn Frame


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Advice/Q&A

Chase Scene Checklist
To create an effective chase scene, consult this summary list of tips from a master of impact writing.
By Joyce Faulkner


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Advice/Q&A

IN Editing Tricks
Using word processing techniques already available on your computer system simplifies finding passive sentences and creates manuscripts that sparkle and shine.
By Helen Dunn Frame


TOOL KIT
Advice/Q&A

Neubauer's Nuggets
You've picked out the perfect title for your novel. But what if the publisher doesn't like it or another book is already wearing it? And how important is it for you to know about genré while you are writing your book and before you begin to market it to publishers? Joan's got answers.
By Joan R. Neubauer


TOOL KIT
Advice/Q&A

Neubauer's Nuggets
If an editor asks you to make changes to your piece, should you walk? Is following up on the status of your manuscript with your agent grounds for being categorized as a stalker? Joan has the answers.
By Joan R. Neubauer


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Advice/Q&A

Neubauer's Nuggets
Promotion, promotion, promotion! Where's the budget for that, and why isn't my publisher paying for it?
By Joan R. Neubauer


TOOL KIT
Advice/Q&A

Neubauer's Nuggets
If you think chain bookstores are your only outlet for selling your words, Joan's got news for you. And if you've ever wondered what "regional" vs. "national" titles are, she'll give you that scoop too.
By Joan R. Neubauer


 
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