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TOOL KIT
Advice/Q&A
December, 2012

TOOL KIT
Advice/Q&A

Neubauer's Nuggets
How do I find an agent? Can hackers intercept my emailed manuscript if I send it as an attachment? No writing problem is too big or too small for our Joan.
By Joan R. Neubauer


TOOL KIT
Advice/Q&A

Neubauer's Nuggets
Joan works her way through the contractual legalities of writing and offers advice on studying markets and determining the style.
By Joan R. Neubauer


TOOL KIT
Advice/Q&A

Neubauer's Nuggets
Virginal conference attendee and non-fiction book proposals have our readers stumped so it's Joan to the rescue!
By Joan R. Neubauer


TOOL KIT
Advice/Q&A

Neubauer's Nuggets
Just finished a magazine assignment and getting ready to send it in? Don't worry too much about copyright it, as it's not likely anyone will steal your work.
By Joan R. Neubauer


TOOL KIT
Advice/Q&A

Neubauer's Nuggets
There are special formats that should be used to submit to greeting card companies; new writers especially should develop an outline before actually writing.
By Joan R. Neubauer


TOOL KIT
Advice/Q&A

Neubauer's Nuggets
Crediting when credit is due; how to make sure your idea for a commercal doesn't get ripped off by the corporate beast; unknown writer wants not to be.
By Joan R. Neubauer


TOOL KIT
Advice/Q&A

Neubauer's Nuggets
While at lunch, tell friends to help celebrate when you've had an article published, hand them a copy, and after they collect a few they'll respect your workspace.
By Joan R. Neubauer


TOOL KIT
Advice/Q&A

Neubauer's Nuggets
Critique groups do a great job of helping writers produce quality manuscripts; a writer gets "we don't do mid-list books" blues.
By Joan R. Neubauer


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Advice/Q&A

Neubauer's Nuggets
A self-published author wonders about the viability of festivals, and a writer feels the crunch of editors changing jobs.
By Joan R. Neubauer


TOOL KIT
Advice/Q&A

Neubauer's Nuggets
A breakdown of the buck for writers is dismal, but cheer up, your agent, when and if you need one, only gets 15% of it.
By Joan R. Neubauer





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