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Friday, April 27th, 2012
4:12 am
Оригинал взят у mustafa_turban в mustafa_turban - чорный юморRead more...Collapse )
Оригинал взят у mariamagdalena в мария магдалена святая блудница - довлатов и прочие-прочие. солженицынRead more...Collapse )
Оригинал взят у nezaniatoe_imia в занятый ничем - да! и сексист! и что же?Read more...Collapse )
Оригинал взят у nezaniatoe_imia в занятый ничем - vramke.org адрес: санкт-петербург, ул. александраRead more...Collapse )
Оригинал взят у inmost_light в previous entryRead more...Collapse )
Оригинал взят у inmost_light в осенняя пора - время збора жатвы. Read more...Collapse )
Оригинал взят у murmuzyatina в borschtsch и schtschiRead more...Collapse )
Оригинал взят у mariamagdalena в мария магдалена святая блудница - p.p.s. я измельчил пиксель!Read more...Collapse )
Оригинал взят у mariamagdalena в мария магдалена святая блудница - троксерутинRead more...Collapse )
Оригинал взят у mariamagdalena в мария магдалена святая блудница - новости русской речиRead more...Collapse )
Wednesday, January 2nd, 2008
5:42 pm
First rejection letter
I just recieved my first rejection letter. I'm wondering what made him reject me so I can correct it. The letter didn't say. Could it be the word count? Or maybe he just didn't like the idea of the story? The word count is only 70,000. For a fantasy novel that's short.

What should I do? Try once again to increase the word count or keep on going? Part of me feels that if an agent likes the sound of my query letter then the word count won't matter. They'll just ask me to increase it if they feel it's too short. Right?

I've never done this before and could really use some advice.
Saturday, June 23rd, 2007
1:51 pm
New here
Hello everyone. I'm new here. I'm currently working on a novel that I hope to someday get published. Lately, when writer's block strikes, I've been researching what goes into publishing a book. Wow!

So, here I am. :) I hope to learn a lot from this community.
Tuesday, August 16th, 2005
2:02 pm
PUBLISH-THIS.COM "the site where authors and publishers meet"
Publish-This.com is an interactive website with the goal of giving Authors the opportunity to get their work in front of the people that matter.

Our website has undergone some vital changes to bring you a free, efficient and more personalised service.

Authors are able to submit their work quickly and easily, whilst Publishers and Agents are able to browse these submissions with equal ease in their hunt for new talent.

How Our Site Works: in a Nutshell
You, the author, sign up for a free account. You are able to submit your work. Once you have filled out the submission form, your submission will be listed under New Titles and will be available for publishers and agents to browse.

You may also submit your work specifically to a number of featured publishers and agents that wish to receive email. There is information available on these publishers and agents, allowing you to know what they are looking for and increase your chances of success. And we look forward to seeing you succeed.

For more information visit us at www.publish-this.com or contact us at info@publish-this.com
Wednesday, April 13th, 2005
11:21 am
Sunday, April 3rd, 2005
12:05 pm
please feel free to be as harsh as necessary. i'd be so grateful for any critiques. also, i would be glad to read/edit/suggest on other people's work. get at me with anything. for now here is a short story i am working on which is currently untitledCollapse )

All criticism would be appreciated, specific or general. Thanks in advance!

Current Mood: content
Wednesday, March 30th, 2005
5:15 pm
about me
hey. i'm dena. i am twenty years old, female. i love writing poetry, prose, poetic prose, philosophical essays, persuasive essays &analytical essays.
i am a junior at william paterson university (wpu) &an enlish major with a writing concentration. i also teach spanish part-time at a catholic elementary school to grades K-8. check out my journal to find out more.

on with the prompt...


i have been writing &dreaming of being a successful writer for as long as i can remember. when i was in second grade i wrote a poem called flower. it was surprisingly good for a second grader. haha. i remember sharing it with a much older friend who was in my afterschool care program with me. she told me that there was no way i wrote that &i had gotten it from somewhere else.

i don't know if that is when i decided i wanted to be published, but it is definitely one of the first writing experiences that i remember.

Tuesday, March 1st, 2005
9:41 am
Welcome Members!
Where to start, where to start...
Here is a website I find helpful for judging submission time.

So, first prompt. Lets tell the story of the very first thing that sparked our dream of being published.

For me it was a short story I wrote when I was 10 and it was published in a homeschool newsletter.

How about you?


Friday, February 25th, 2005
3:25 pm
Hello Hello
My name is Mariah and I will be your moderator
If you have any questions feel free to contact me always at xandshesgonex@hotmail.com
I'm young, I try too hard and someday I will be the next big thing, but until then I'll work and go to school.
I made this community for people to talk, brag if you will but if get unbearably someone will let you know, about being published, or to gripe about how hard it is in this world of cliches to publish something truly orginal.
Please post your writing, use an LJ-cut if the peice is long. Please post open markets and writing contests at well.
I hope we'll have fun here.

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