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The Seven Red Flags in Editing: Why Editors & Agents Reject Your Manuscript After the First Pages By Meg LaTorre-Snyder

What Was I Missing? Ever wonder why, after only submitting the first few pages of your manuscript to an agent, editor, or a Twitter writing contest, your submission was swiftly rejected? Why, after spending countless hours of editing and perfecting those pages in your life’s blood and drowning your doubts in wine, did it get …
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Getting the Details Right Or How not to piss off the Geeky Author! By Sascha Illyvich

Details matter Ever think about the simple details in your stories? You write this 100,000-word opus with beautiful scenery, extravagant dialogue, wonderful characters filled with conflict and the publishers love it. The agents love it. The editors love it. They sell it. The public picks it up. (Keep going! This is fantasy!) They read it …