Writing can be so isolating. HNS provides me with interaction with kindred spirits, access to new titles I might otherwise miss and a sense that what I am doing is more than words on paper. I attended the conference in San Diego and was impressed with the erudition and class of the group. I made new friends and hope to continue to meet writers who surprise me.
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#sickandtwisted Who can be lovelier than Ru? She IS the bar.
#michiganbulb bad customer service. Horrible company to work with.
@billclinton Keep up the amazing great work. You are to be admired and emulated. Are you mentoring? Succession planning?
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#splash why does Louis keep crying?
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The Porsche needed an oil change. I drove the few miles to Aaron’s Autowerks and was greeted by his sister, Lee, and a bag of Rugula. “Have a cookie.” “Where’d you get Rugula?” “Dad brought it up from LA. He knows Aaron and I love it from one special bakery…
The statistic that less than 5% of those works presented to agents and editors are accepted has long been a mystery to me. Yesterday, I participated in a workshop, “First Page.” I now understand why so many manuscripts are rejected and why they are rejected so quickly. Among the eleven…
Testing a new title for this manuscript. Below is the summary. Do comment on the possible new title. Alternatives welcome. Working title: Benjamin Bernstein, American, A man who does all the right things the wrong way. An historical fiction novel that spans from 1915 to 1942 and reflects the emergence of…