The Holidays are over. You know what that means. It's time to get down to business. Time to follow your New Year's resolutions.
If you're like me, one of your goals is to get your manuscript in shape.
To do that, you may need some help.The good news is you don't have to go it alone. Our Editors are ready and willing to assist. We invite you to ask our Editors a writing question.
Here's how it works:
Today, and every first Tuesday of the month, The Blood-Red Pencil hosts our Ask the Editor Free-For-All. I send an e-mail blast to various e-groups, Facebook, my social networking friends, blog followers, and anyone else I can think of, to come over and let our Editors share their expertise. You can get info here on submitting your manuscript to an editor or agent, publishing on Kindle, e-books, self-publishing in various formats, as well as the basics of writing. Don't be afraid to make youself heard. No question is too dumb. Everyone starts somewhere.
And, if for some reason an Editor here doesn't have an answer for you, we'll steer you to someone who does.
To Submit A Question, Follow These Easy Steps:
Leave a comment below in the comment section. When you do, include your name and blog url or website not only for promo, but so we know you’re not a figment of imagination. (One link only per person, please!)
One or more of our Editors will drop by today and answer your question in the comment section. If it seems your question requires a longer explanation, the Editor may devote an entire blog post on that topic at a later date. If that's the case, you'll be fortunate enough to receive extra promotion, along with the possibity of forwarding your profile and book cover jpegs with one of your buy links.
It's not a requirement, but a very good idea to leave an e-mail address with your comment. It also doesn't hurt to mention where you've heard about our Ask the Editor Free-For-All.
Other people will be asking questions, so be sure to stop by later and check their questions and the answers to them. Since some of you are on e-group Digests, questions and answers might carry over through Wednesday or Thursday.
That's how it works. Now, Start the New Year right. Ask your question and get your manuscript in shape.
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