Writers suffer from similar maladies, either struggling for ideas and/or word count, or the opposite, trying to decide which of too many ideas and/or words to include or discard.
Whatever your symptoms, our Ask the Editor Free-For-All can help. Today, as on every first Tuesday of the month, our Editors will be on hand to answer your questions about writing basics, manuscript submissions to publishers or agents, aspects of traditional and/or self-publishing, and more. It doesn't happen often, but if we don't have an answer, we'll offer suggestions where you can find one.
To Submit A Question, Follow These Simple Steps:
Leave a comment below in the comment section, including your name and blog URL or website. That way, you'll get promo and we'll make sure you're a person and not a robot. (One link only, please!) Double check to make sure your comment actually got added before you leave, since sometimes Blogger tests people to be sure they're real. You may need to repeat a step to make your comment stick.
Our Editors will stop by off and on during the day to answer questions in the comment section. If an answer can be expanded, an Editor might choose to do an entire blog post on your topic. In that case, you may get extra promotion, along with the possibility of forwarding jpegs of your profile photo and cover, along with a buy link.
It's not a requirement, but if you wish you may leave your email address. Also not necessary, but helpful, is including where you've heard about us.
Others will ask questions, so it's a good idea to check back later in the day to see what might turn up. Some of our participants are on e-group Digests, or don't get to their computers right away, so their questions and the corresponding answers might carry over through Wednesday or Thursday.
The comment section is now ready to accept questions, so come on over.
Morgan Mandel writes mysteries,romances, and thrillers. She's a past president of Chicago-North RWA, was the Library Liaison for Midwest MWA, and is an active blogger and social networker. Her personal blog is at:
Her romantic suspense, Killer Career, is available on Kindle and Smashwords, for 99 cents. Her paranormal thriller, Forever Young - Blessing or Curse is targeted for release soon on Kindle and Smashwords, also.