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IN Her Own Write
December, 2012

IN Her Own Write

In Her Own WriteA temporary timeout and some suggested reading may tide you over till our 2009 return.
By Anne R. Allen

IN Her Own Write

For Whose Eyes Only?
In Her Own WriteThe pros advocate a low-tolerance policy on exclusive reads. There are certain rules you can follow to protect yourself from the restrictive and paralyzing clutches of the exclusive read.
By Anne R. Allen

IN Her Own Write

Rewrites Without A Contract?
In Her Own WriteThere are opportunities to be had if you are willing to make revisions and rewrite your novel according to an agent's requests. However, if you can't stomach what this agent sells, you probably shouldn't be partnering anyway.
By Anne R. Allen

IN Her Own Write

What's Your Genre?
In Her Own WriteWondering where to submit your newly finished tome? Look no further than here to identify the right genre and match your book up with the right publisher before spending precious hours on that all-important query letter.
By Anne R. Allen

IN Her Own Write

Who Needs An Agent?
In Her Own WriteYou can do it yourself. Do your research. Join the union. Be creative. Local presses and POD can be your best publishing friend.
By Anne R. Allen

IN Her Own Write

Lots Of Plots
In Her Own WriteAny story is some version of a human (or human-like) life. That's how we write what we know. But focus on making the writing great to ensure that oldie is a goodie.
By Anne R. Allen

IN Her Own Write

Writers' Conferences?
In Her Own Write Do you really need to go? What will you and won't you really get out of a conference? Anne's been there; she spills the beans.
By Anne R. Allen

IN Her Own Write

Writing The Dreaded Synopsis
In Her Own Write Don't let the synopsis portion of submitting your work to publishers stand in your way. Understanding what the synopsis really is and following a standard format will set you on the right road.
By Anne R. Allen

IN Her Own Write

Hooks, Loglines, and Pitches
In Her Own WriteClimbing the ladder to success includes hooks, loglines, and pitches. Get them to work for you.
By Anne R. Allen

IN Her Own Write

Landing An Agent
In Her Own WriteAfter her independent publisher goes toes up, Anne Allen gets creative about landing an agent in today's market.
By Anne R. Allen

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