I wasn’t going to blog today.
Really I wasn’t.
But once again greatness came my way and I just couldn’t pass it up.
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On to the greatness...
Rachel Harrie @ Rach Writes, always posts Twitter Tip Thursday. I don’t twitter so this is a great way to see what’s going on and who’s saying what in the land of Twitter. In the past, I have found a few useful places, blogs and agency sites to gobble up my free time, but TODAY I may have found the JACKPOT of JACKPOTS.
If you are a Picture Book, Middle Grade, or Young Adult author, you DO. NOT. WANT. TO. MISS. THIS.
Literary Rambles—Casey McCorminck hosts the site and it is WONDERFUL. She has seriously put some time and effort into researching everything about the business of PG, MG and YA agents.
SHE’S DONE ALL THE RESEARCH!!!! And for who—YOU!
And her blog is very, I mean, VERY organized. LIKE beyond belief organized. Click and go. She links you to everything to do with any agent she spotlights.
She spotlights Agents and from the upcoming ones listed, it looks like four or more a month. She lists the agents sites, blogs, looking for, sub guidelines (*and notes to check yourself), interviews with each agent and everything.
She does interviews with industry people (CA Marshall is featured). She has a running list of Agencies, Agent and Editor blogs and even a list of her top commenters. HOW GREAT IS THAT?
I write YA, but mostly Adult fantasy, but still find site USEFUL, really.
Why are you reading me ranting about the site, go check it out.
And then come back and tell me how much you loved it.
Cuz you will.
Happy Reading –a great site. Happier Writing.