VAMPARAZZI: Ten Fun Facts About Vampires

- by Laura Resnick

I describe the  newest release in my Esther Diamond urban fantasy series (and, no, you don’t need to read the books in chronological order to understand what’s going on) as a vampire book for people who don’t like vampire books. Esther is a struggling actress in New York City who gets involved in various paranormal […]

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Small World

- by Elaine Isaak

So here I am on the Novelists, Inc. Blog preparing to talk about short fiction.  The form pops up on our blog from time to time, but I think it deserves its own slot, especially for those of you who are science fiction, fantasy, or horror writers.  Our sister genres have a thriving short story market–exploding, […]

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Meet Agent Laurie McLean

- by BlogMistress

AGENTS IN THE AGE OF DIGITAL PUBLISHING By Laurie McLean, Larsen Pomada Literary Agents To steal a line from my colleague Michael Larsen’s playbook, now is the absolute best time ever to be a writer. This is something I truly believe. The opportunities for writers to get their work published are more varied and numerous […]

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Perseverance

- by Laura Resnick

My new urban fantasy novel, Doppelgangster, is a good example of why I always say that perseverance is the single most important quality a professional writer needs. It took me over a decade to get this novel into print. (I was, meanwhile, selling and writing other books.) I first wrote the proposal for this fantasy […]

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