an exercise in progress
Finally picked up one of these.
So glad to be the first one to wish you luck! May all your wishes come true.
Happy New Year!
May your 2013 be a good one…
Glad to….good luck with it – and you are right to look at what readers buy and read!
Best of luck to you!
x melissa little
I need to buy one. Wishing you the best in 2013!
Best wishes on making your dreams a reality.
May this year bring you happiness and joy….and ofcourse….best of luck for everything.
Yeah, I’ve been meaning to get hold of one of those …
All the luck to you I can send
Good luck, hope your 2013 is all that you want it to be.
Good luck and Happy New Year!!!
Marketing is no fun for me. But it’s the only way to get your work in print. Best of luck to you.
And I will be getting Photographer’s Market. Happy New Year, David!
Happy New Year David, that is an essential book!
May it come, and may you still want it. Set the purpose and the Universe works for you . . . or so I have found.
I wish you all the best, David. Let’s hope 2013 is a good year for everyone.
Oooh. Best of luck!
Good luck! I’ve had many issues of that book over the years. I always found it a valuable resource, especially the articles on submission and what editors are looking for in whatever I was focusing on at the time.
Make sure to enter their annual writing contest (deadline is in May). Multiple genres, can have multiple entries.
I’ve been a member for three years now and it’s an excellent resource.
Good for you! I vow to spring for the cost every year, but end up getting it at the library and renewing it a hundred times.
p.s. you must join the Friday Fictioneers… http://rochellewisofffields.wordpress.com/2012/08/
By taking tangible action in buying the guide, you don’t need luck. You’ll make your dreams come true on your own.
Good luck! That’s one of the tools you need for sure.
Congratulations on starting this journey! Here’s advice someone gave me a long time ago, as I started writing queries to publishers: Each No is one step closer to a Yes. Hang in there and stay true to your voice.
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