Category Archives: Mount Hermon

Meet Debut Author Sarah Sundin

Sarah Sundin is rejoicing—with good cause. Over eight years after embarking on her journey to publication, she’s made her first sale, a three-book WWII series to Revell. (Update as of 2/28/09: Sarah’s first book now has a title.  A Distant … Continue reading

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Romance Writer’s Road Map: Part Two

I completed my first manuscript in two months time, producing over five hundred pages in eleven-point Geneva using one and half spacing and three-quarter inch margins. Clueless? Oh, yeah! Since I planned to share my so-called masterpiece with friends and … Continue reading

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Writing a Pitch-Perfect Query Letter

Article by Shelley Adina You’ve finished your manuscript. Now it’s time to send it out into the world. But before you stuff all four hundred pages in the mail or zap your entire file through Cyberspace, you need to take … Continue reading

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Business Cards – Yes or No?

Do we writers who have yet to sell our first book need to take business cards to a writers conference? The answer I got was yes. They’re a great tool for networking and are highly recommended by publishing professionals. I … Continue reading

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What’s a One Sheet?

I arrived at the 2008 Mount Hermon Christian Writers Conference a day early, filled with excitement and a sense of expectancy. I’d attended two small writers seminars, but this was my first major conference. I was determined not to waste … Continue reading

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