Saturday, April 29, 2006

Writing

Two interesting articles/posts for romance writers.

Publishers Weekly take on last years RWA conference and PRO and all that (it's old but relevant). And a heads up from Eve (who has another giveaway going on her blog) on a great post by Jo Leigh on treating writing like the business it is.


Like my door? It leads straight to this rocky beach in Cellardyke--I'm missing Scotland and the sea...

11 comments:

Meretta said...

Itza beautiful door and a beautiful shore, too.

Someday I will see Scotland.

Brandy said...

Oh, how beautiful! The blue door holds so amy possibilities doesn't it?

Diane said...

That door really needs to go into a book ...

Bailey Stewart said...

What I thought would be interesting for you in the Jo Leigh post was Allison Brennan's comment about how important her agent was to her, since you had asked about agents.

Toni Anderson said...

I love that door too. It is in my book but maybe with not enough emphasis. The old 'picture says a thousand words' thing and no one wanting to read a thousand words about a door in a romance LOL. Maybe I'll find the excerpt.

Eve--yeah, I have actually heard a lot about Allison's opinions about her agent and her agent is one I'd love to have (Kim Whalen from Trident, I believe). It is either on her website or was on the Romance Divas' chat or she mentioned it for a Kiss of Death thing. Can't quite remember. I am going to look for an agent, but I do want this baby finished and the syn done. Maybe over the weekend if I get lucky and the supernanny drops in :)

Sandra said...

That is just beautiful Toni.

Scotland has always been a country I would LOVE to visit. Hopefully someday :)

Peggy said...

Love the pictures! Going to go read the article now.

Sandra said...

Forgot to tell you, I tagged you, go by my blog for the details :)

Toni Anderson said...

Oh my--two tags now. Tomorrow's blog sorted :)

Dennie McDonald said...

Beautiful pics! Have a great weekend!

Loreth Anne White said...

Love the symbolism of the door :). The blue reminds me of doors on the Greek islands.