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Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Please Take Out Your Notebooks, Class

Photo by Cellular Immunity


First, I've got Part 1 of the interview with Harvey Stanbrough posted at the Rose & Thorn's blog if you missed it featured here. (You ARE familiar with our wonderful little literary zine, right?) If you haven't had a chance to browse and/or follow the blog, consider yourself officially invited! We've been really busy renovating and redesigning for our Fall issue which will be out in mid-October. Kathryn Magendie of Tender Graces and I hope you will sign up to get the announcement newsletter too. {Follow the R&T link above and in the red sidebar on site, you'll find more links to the newsletter subscription, current issue, Twitter, etc.}

We're excited about the new crop of poems and prose we'll be showcasing. And, hey, maybe some of you will be inspired to submit your work in the future!


Second (and don't you hate people who start paragraphs like this?), please visit
Harvey's blog for a wonderful tutorial on the importance of getting your novel synopsis/query parts and pieces done right! You'll thank yourself after you read it. Lots more good stuff are housed at his website.

Third and lastly (is that a word?), Kimmi Richardson is having an awesome giveaway to celebrate her second blogiversary at Writer in Waiting! If you wanna "Get Lucky in Kentucky," check out the contest details. Kimmi is giving away "...TWO two-night, three day stays at (her)100-year-old cottage, Summer Shade."
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Coming Soon: Interview with the author of Tell No Lies, Julie Compton. Now, you have a great rest-o'-the-week, ya hear?

15 comments:

Melissa Marsh said...

Great stuff to check out today. Thanks, Ang!

Robyn Campbell said...

Appreciate the writing distractions. :) I'll be all afternoon. ;)

Mandy said...

Thank you for sharing so many of your great resources with us! I love getting tips!

p.s. - I'm having a small giveaway over at my place too if you or others want to check it out. It's a little unorthodox though. ;-)

ElanaJ said...

I'm going to check out these links. Thanks!

Janna Qualman said...

*groans* Yes, Teacher.

;)

Angie Ledbetter said...

You're welcome, Melissa.

LOL Robyn. Happy reading!

Mandy - glad you found them helpful. I'll be over shortly to check out your giveaway!

ElanaJ. - my pleasure. :)

You always make me smile, Janna.

Stephanie Faris said...

I'll go check out the sites. Thanks for sharing!

Jessica said...

Get lucky in Kentucky? LOL What a title. :-) Thanks for the links! I'm hoping later I can stop by them. :-) Although I think I already read the interview before.

Debbie said...

Kimmi's giveaway is incredible but she wants a photo. I am not very good at photos:(

Kathryn Magendie said...

This post is so full of energy I took a nap after reading it *laughing!*

need to visit Harvey's site! :)

kimmi said...

Hahh, thank you kindly, Angie.

Debbie, above, I gave an option to the photo, which you can go read and check out and see if it helps. : )

huggers, Angie!! :smooooch:

Lastly, yes lastly is.

Angie Ledbetter said...

Stephanie & Jessica - You're welcome. :)

Debbie, you can place the book somewhere around your house to photograph!

LOL Kathryn. Nappage is good. Always.

Huggers back to you, Kimmi. :o)

B.J. Anderson said...

Wow, thanks for all the cool stuff to check out!! :D

Midlife Jobhunter said...

I haven't give Rose and Thorn the attention I should. Blogged down, as they say. Will do better and admire this venture of yours.

Deb Shucka said...

I'm totally hooked on Harvey's site, and Kimmi's, too. And I love R & T. All because of you. I can hardly wait for your next interview, Teach.

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