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An open call for questions

Though we’re of the opinion that any random thing we chatter about is endlessly fascinating, it occurred to us recently that it might be time to find out if there is anything in particular that you, our delightful readers, want to know from us. Or about us.

So here’s your chance: ask anything at all that you’d like an answer to. Feel free to direct questions to us en masse or individually (though this isn’t your chance to pitch us, natch). Keep in mind that with the holiday, summer vacations, and general busyness, responses will come in a bit sporadically, but you can keep an eye on this space, and we’ll try to answer as many questions as possible!

54 Responses to An open call for questions

  1. Anonymous says:

    I often see the term Adult fiction. Is this based on language, sex and/or violence?

  2. Anonymous says:

    When I look at Publishers Marketplace I see a huge (impressive) number of deals by Jane Dystel but not a one by Miriam Goderich. Why is this?

  3. SJB says:

    Comment to Anonymous of 8/23 by another wannabe: I agree, it is absolutely exasperating to read all this how-to dogma (and attempt to follow it) and then read many, many–oh so many–books out there which seem to successfully ignore these “rules.” In the book “On Writing” Stephen King says “most writing books are full of bullshit…” I agree fully.

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