17 July 2007

Wednesday Links ~*~ 18 July 2007

Offers copyright information from a proauthor viewpoint
and copyright resources. 1976 & 1998 US Copyright Law.
Site also offers information on literary scams broken down
by agent, editor, printing and publishers.

Buzz, Balls, & Hype
Blog on books with industry insights from author
M.J. Rose.

Northwest Screenwriting Guild
Seattle based non-profit organization for the
advancement of Northwest screenwriters.

Nuts and Bolts
A writer's working tool to the mechanics of
writing as an art, a trade, and the working medium.

Space Jock
Free novel writing software.

Towse's Links to Online Resources
A great collection of agent, resource, market and
publishing links.

Trace Evidence Recovery Guidelines
Archived document from the Forensic Science
Communications magazine outlining the procedure
for recovering trace evidence.

Young Adult Fiction
Membership community for writers of Young Adult and
Middle Grade Fiction. Offers contest information,
news, and boards.


Red Dress Ink
Women's lit imprint of Harlequin Books. Interested
in stories with strong modern women.
Red Dress Ink
c/o M. Marbury or F. Jacobs
233 Broadway, Suite 1001
New York, NY 10279

Red Dress Ink
c/o K. Lye
225 Duncan Mill Rd
Toronto, Ontario
M3B 3K9 Canada

Harlequin Mills & Boon Ltd.
Eton House, 18-24 Paradise Road
Richmond, Surrey, United Kingdom

Seven Stories Press
Independent publishing house
Seven Stories Press
140 Watts Street
New York, NY 10013


American History Magazine
A magazine of true stories about the places,
people, ideals, and events that have formed
and driven the American society.
Douglas Brinkly editor
American History
741 Miller Drive, Suite D-2
Leesburg, VA 20175-8994

Better Homes and Garden
Print publication and corresponding website from Meridith
Corporation. Considers articles and features on home, garden,
health, fitness, travel, and environment.
Better Homes and Gardens
1716 Locust St.
Des Moines, IA 50309

Cabin Life, Cabin Living
Website and print publication. Considers articles
and features about cabin life, design, environment,
and activities.
Query: editor at cabinlife dot com
Cabin Life, Cabin Living
1001 E. Ninth Street
Duluth, MN 55805

Electronic media of Hyper fiction and poetry.
Query: dgreco at eastgate dot com
Eastgate Systems,Inc.
134 Main Street
Watertown MA 02472

God Allows U-turns
Christian inspirational book series. Each book in series contain
over one hundred uplifting, encouraging and inspirational true
short stories. Multiple volumes are planned.
Query: submit2uturns at godallowsuturns dot com
The God Allows U-Turns Project
P .O. Box 717
Faribault, MN 55021-0717

Runner's World
Highly respected running magazine that accepts freelance
submissions. Address to specific department:
email: rwedit at rodale dot com
Runner's World
135 N. 6th Street
Emmaus, PA 18098


Do you have a writing link that you want to share?
Collating an anthology and looking for works to include?
Drop me a link and your info at
Cele at Celebrindal dot com

Write On!
© 2000-2007 Calista Cates

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At 5:45 PM, Anonymous May said...

Nice that I found your blog after our bounce exchange today. I may start one soon.

I'd love to unscramble my thoughts about POD, and the right route to go for my over 50 chick lit novel. I think I've settled on a publisher, but at the moment, it's in the hands of a traditional small press (a month or more now), and haven't heard anything.

So maybe no news is good news.

Thanks for not interrupting my list for the bouncing email.

Oh - yes. I'm familiar with Heaven, too. Lived in Coos Bay for 2 years, then went to south Florida. You know what they say about what runs downhill?

Well, we came north, and it isn't much better, but can't seem to get out of here.

Have a lovely evening. If you have thoughts about POD, advice on who does it best (for a good price), maybe you can put it in print.

I'm facing time. At 64 I'm impatient. I'd love to get this in print, even if I have to do it myself. My other book, Waltz on the Wild Side - An Animal Lover's Journal, was taken by a small press who did nothing to help me promote.
Nothing. So I had to sell it myself. Not one cent on royalties.
I got an advance. I knew I had a lot of marketing to do, but was disappointed. But not disillusioned.



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