Maldives! Where girls are flogged, and sometimes jailed, for being sexually abused if they cannot dig up four witnesses; on the bright side, dogs are banned so the daily road-cleaning ladies never have to wrangle dog-shit.Read More »
Dear Literary Agent I am seeking representation for My Muslims: Killing It in Maldives Insha’Allah, a memoir of 85,000 words. The Maldives: where girls are flogged and jailed for being sexually abused if they cannot dig up four witnesses. On the bright side, dogs are banned so the daily road-sweeping ladies never have to wrangle […]
NB I have put the link to the full article (and the site) at the end if you wish to read the rest of this article; the site is a real find! HOW TO FIND A LITERARY AGENT FOR NON-FICTION (by Jericho Writers) “Here’s how to find non-fiction literary agents, what kinds of non-fiction […]
[I am re-blogging this post by Yann Girard via link below.]
I’ve self published 9 books over the past four years. I know. Self publishing isn’t anything special anymore. Still, I wanted to talk a little bit about my experience. Simply because you only hear about the people who have a hell lot of success self publishing books. You never hear about the people who don’t have success self publishing books. And I’m one of them. I never had any success self publishing any of my books…Read More »
My post below is in response to the above-named (see link also).
I thought this article demonstrated tremendous insight. I know nothing of your novel-writing but I too have been studying the (new) publishing world for about five years. I realised a while ago that my query letter was rubbish; Read More »