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Today on Twitter….

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  • 10:11 RT @dianagill: Reality check: if more than one editor says same thing about your mss., lack of understanding is probably not on their part. #
  • 10:14 @greyhausagency I think there are sites like that, though also seen proof queriers can come to agency website and still ignore guildelines. #
  • 14:11 RT @NathanBransford: "Pre-queries" are getting out of control. Send your query or don’t send it. There is no pre-query. #
  • 14:11 RT @NathanBransford: People asking for a definition: pre-query (n): an e-mail sent to ask if it’s Ok to send a query; slang for redundant #
  • 14:12 RT @victoriastrauss: Why publishing will always need its gatekeepers, even in a digital age bit.ly/ajqVSO #
  • 14:13 RT @RenovationThrpy: Some dude sent me a list of things that I must do before he submits his query to me. *delete* #
  • 14:15 OKay, that was probably too much retweeting in one go. #
  • 14:24 RT @victoriastrauss: Mokoto Rich on the math of ebook pricing: they’re not as cheap to produce as many people think nyti.ms/cUcIHQ #
  • 15:30 RT @bradfordlit: Don’t burn bridges, people. Mouthing off about your publisher (or would-be or former publisher) online is not smart. #
  • 15:32 Why must Mondays always be so Monday-like? #
  • 15:45 Continuing his CMAP series, writer Charlie Stross on "What Authors sell to Publishers" is.gd/9tvxB #
  • 15:45 CMAP = Common Misconceptions About Publishing #

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Written by incognito

1 March 2010 at 11:55 pm

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