Tag Archives: querying

Standing at a Crossroad

This spring marks a bittersweet milestone. Two years ago, I nervously sat across the very first literary agent I’ve ever met and pitched her Phoenix. She was lovely, said it sounded very interesting but had a few suggestions. Then the … Continue reading

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Sweet Dreams Are Made of These

The brain is a beautiful, mysterious organ. Not only does it keep us alive physically, sometimes it keeps our dreams alive while we don’t even realize it. As I mentioned a few weeks ago, I stepped up the querying. The … Continue reading

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Genre Bending

A few years ago, when I wrote Phoenix, I wrote the story without a thought to the genre it would fit in. I know, how silly of me. I was young, naive, and totally enamored with the story I was … Continue reading

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An Open Letter to My Work in Progress

Dear Pardon Falls, Hi! It’s me, Kim. Your creator. You do remember me, right? I’m sorry I haven’t been as attentive over these last few weeks. Trust me, while my waking thoughts were focused on this insane, but fantastic, work … Continue reading

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Not Dead Yet

I have a fun problem to have and need some advice. As I posted a few weeks ago, I’m taking a vacation from querying; mostly because I needed a break from the rejection, but also because I now think that … Continue reading

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