Since I’ve managed to get some wonderful guest post contributions over the years, I decided to go to the well again and see what I could get. And you ladies and gentlemen certainly didn’t disappoint! So, starting in April, we’re featuring a new guest post on every Friday that follows the theme of “5 Things I wish I had Known Before I…” Here are a few of the great posts that are in store for my wonderful readers!
On April 7th, Dee Willson, author extraordinaire and a woman brave enough to return to Emerald Musings is sharing five important things she learned while working with literary agents. If you’re interested in learning more about the nuances of working with an agent, this is certainly a post to check out!
That following Friday — April 14th to be exact, crime author Elka Ray discusses the five things about writing crime fiction that she wished someone had told her in the beginning. Whether you’re a rookie or a vet at this game, these are five things you’ll be able to relate to!
By the third Friday in April, the men will be making their first appearance in the series with a thought-provoking selection by Chris Roy, crime author associated with Crime Wave Press. What did he wish he had known before writing a female protagonist? Find out then!
And not to be outdone, Greg Barth will be sharing what he wishes he had known before writing a full-length novel. A powerful post that will have you saying “Of course! Why didn’t I think of that?!” His post is headed your direction April 28th.
And don’t worry — just because April is coming to an end, we’ve got some wonderful guest posts lined up in May as well. Tony Knighton revisits the art of crime writing on May 5th, and our old friend Andrea Hintz is sharing her book marketing experience on May 12th.
And finally, yours truly will be joining the fun with a post about the joys and struggles of working as a freelancer and consultant on Friday, May 19th.
So sit back, enjoy, and as always, happy reading!
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