Getting Back to Business

Bette Davis--Editorial Eyes
Here's the thing, without going into a lot of detail I've been on a kind of blog hiatus the last several weeks--lots of life changes that needed my attention. But anyhoo, things are finally starting to settle into a routine again (or at least my version of a routine) and I am back to the old blog. Not that I ever had anything amazing, earth-shattering or life-changing to tell anyone. It was a just a place to yak, brag, vent and inform. And speaking of informing I have something to tout. No, not a new book contract contract--although things are in the works. No, I am once again hanging out the old Mentoring/Editing /Critiquing Shingle. The one that lets you all know that I am available to read your words and make comments, do some pretty serious developmental editing or even take you under my paw for a while to help bring your book ideas to life and hopefully into the hands of an agent or editor. I know the process--I've been through it a dozen or so times.
So, with spring and summer and soon the big fall conferences coming up, now might be a good time to have a professional look at your work and help you along the treacherous path of publishing. And hey, if you are planning on self-publishing then a professional look see is a must.
I love to work with writers and I think I'm a pretty good teacher. I've worked with lots of folks.
If you are thinking your baby might need some TLC, get in touch and we'll talk.
Email is the best--jmagnin56 (at) gmail dot com. I check email every thirty or forty nano seconds.
So if you've been submitting and getting rejections or haven't gotten the nerve to submit just yet, get in touch. I can help.


3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Just finished the two Harriet Beamer books and was hoping for another one. Also, I wish your blog posts had a date on them.
email: honeyshome@sbcglobal.net

Anonymous said...

I just finished the Harriet Beamer books, too. It ended like there would be more books. I know it's been awhile since it was published, but I would love to read more about Harriet's adventures.

Anonymous said...

Also just finished the two Beamer books. Need the next one to finish the story. Book two left us hanging. Very fun & good books.