So, I got bored the other day. This is always a problem. But I got bored while trying to find a way to come up with a way to get people to actually post reviews to books I know are being bought and read. So with the launch of Frozen in Amber from the […]
Posts Tagged ‘clients’
Tags: clients, Daw Books, evil agentry, fun, james enge, Marshall Ryan Maresca, Phyillis Ames, Pyr
Tags: clients, news, silent dragon
The amazing Marshall Ryan Maresca will be part of a stellar cast in the upcoming Rayguns Over Texas which you’ll be able to put your hands on at LoneStarCon 3 aka Worldcon 2013. A little bit sooner than that, in February in fact, is the release of the fabulous Irene Radford’s Silent Dragon her return […]
Tags: clients, dave freer, irene radford, thistle down
Dave Freer turned in a new proposal, as did another client. That’s my reading, yours is of course the released as of today Thistle Down by Irene Radford. I expect to see fifty reviews on Amazon & Barnes and Noble by tonight.
Tags: clients, contest, cover letter, evil agentry, extremis, fans, thistle down
As those who watch my Twitter and Facebook accounts know, I just got my copies of Extremis by Steve White and Chuck Gannon in. So, from this Friday the 13th when I make the contest opening post until whenever it ends sometime Monday, there will be another Bad Cover Letter contest!One winner (US/Canada only) will […]
Tags: agents, agents life, clients, examples given, questions answered, reality
One of the questions I get asked frequently is "So what’s your typical day like?" I’d like to know the answer to that too. Here’s what today was like: Wake up! It’s still a single digit hour of the day. Consume the Holy Nectar! Check for emails from clients. Check webform email address, reply if they […]
Tags: clients, contest, dave freer, dragons ring
Remember just pick a Dave Freer book, write a review, comment here and sit back and wait to win. So you can post a review of Dragon’s Ring in hard cover, of Slow Train or any one of his other works.
Tags: client, clients, contest, dragons ring, james enge, review, wolf age
Contest #1Win a copy of Dave Freer’s Dragon’s Ring. Contest #2Win a copy of James Enge’s The Wolf Age For a chance at a free copy of Dragon’s Ring login to Borders or BN.com and post a review for any Dave Freer book in print. Post a link to it in the upcoming post (at Http://Onyxhawke.LiveJournal.com) […]
Tags: clients, irene radford, news, writers
It was 11:14pm ET when I started this post eight minutes after I got home, as I mentioned I’ve been busy. I signed a new client, one Irene Radford. The divine mind behind the Dragon Nimbus series, the Star God’s series, and Merlin’s Descendants series, among others. Go buy dozens, they’re good reading and it will help […]
Tags: appearance, arisia, clients, con, people are strange, publishing, writing
Holy Hell. Someone explain to me how i fell asleep around four and woke up at quarter past seven and can manage to type in that nearly competent way i generally manage. Please, really. I’m not a morning person, i don’t play one on tv and i didn’t even have more than a cup of […]
Tags: clients, dave freer, publishing
Tags: client, clients, dave freer, off topic, reading, review, writing
The always entertaining Dave Freer davefreer has updated his LJ twice in the last couple days after a hiatus. http://davefreer.livejournal.com/38925.html Go read.
Tags: client, clients, submissions
Last week Jenna Waterford and the OnyxHawke Agency entered into an agreement for representation. Today her novel “SanClare Black” begins its journey to the bookstores and your hands with its first submission to a publisher. Jenna joins a growing cast of writers that you will soon be fans of.
Tags: appearance, clients, con, cons, dave freer
Dave Freer will be attending two cons in Australia and New Zealand. First stop is Conspiracy II in New Zealand http://conspiracy2.sf.org.nz/. Next will be Convergence 2 in Australia http://www.natcon.org.au/2007/guests.htm. Anyone who does see him tell him this is his last vacation, ever i intend to work him to death, over the next 200 years.