On tomorrow's Pop-Ups there's chic lit from Georgie, sci-fi from Sam, self-help from Pat, children's fantasy from Seamus, biography from Christine, and YA-sff from Sandra. Plus our cozy new chat room, right here in the Colony!
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On today's Pop-Ups there's YA fantasy from Andrew; Humorous Women's Fiction from Rachel; YA Alternate History Adventure from Andrew; Superhero fiction from ST; Horror/thriller from Matt and fantasy from Pete.
@AgentPete, what's the situation with copyright about postings that any of us make on the Colony? As I contemplate what to do with my five novels, I'm considering way of self-promotion, including re-activating my dormant WordPress blog, and it would be helpful to use some of the posts I uploaded to the Colony.
On today's Pop-Ups there's a murder mystery from Haydn, speculative fiction from Anirudh, a self-help memoir from Sona, horror/noir from Samuel, a thriller from Steve and new adult from Teriah. Join us live at 6pm!
On Sunday's Pop-Ups there's literary fiction from Michael, a (hairy!) memoir from Terry, urban fantasy from Mark, a political thriller from Jake, fiction from Mandy and a YA fantasy thriller from Alan. Join us! https://youtu.be/nLFTOcEGflY
On today's Pop-Ups there's a mystery from Gerard, memoir from Lisa, a crime thriller from suzanne, literary fiction from Edward, historical intrigue from Alasdair and historical fiction from Gary. Join us at 6pm UK.
On today's Pop-Ups there's crime from Kevin, fantasy from Daniel, YA/adult from Clare, science fiction from Michael, children's from Paul, YA urban fantasy from Armarna and drama from Jennifer. Join us at 6pm UK! https://www.facebook.com/RealLitopia
Hey Alix Not a bad idea… let me ponder, it might interface with something else I’m planning. Also, quite keen to get the “Slurb Club” going – a place to develop Synopses / Blurbs. A fresh pair of eyes is indispensable when you’re trying to slurb...
Throwback Thursday - Considering I've just finished watching the first ever Submission Surgery :)
Would you consider creating like the Flash Fiction exercise, a Cookies exercise to practise emotional impact in our manuscripts, like a weekly exercise and you give us a theme. You can announce the best one/winner on POP-UPS every Sunday. Just a thought because I feel us writers would really benefit from it.
On today's Pop-Ups there's fantasy/children's from Matt, a historical novel from Mark, a thriller from AG, non-fiction from Nicolas and crime from Michael. Plus special guest & top publisher-soon-to-be-agent Jon Wood!