Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Q&A with The Lit Coach

It's that time again...I'm collecting all your questions for another round of Q&A with The Lit Coach! Send me your questions about anything related to the writer's life: finding that creative/work/family balance; deciding on self-publishing or going the traditional publishing route; decoding agent speak; how to make the best of a book name it.

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Deadline for questions is Thursday, Oct. 21st. One question per writer, please. Thank you!


  1. I am super excited for this, Erin! I've already sent my email!!

  2. It's very to nice to see your photo Erin. I'm impressed with your reader comments. But, I need to know how to success in submitting an academic journal in such international journal as I'm the one from the Third World.

  3. Not to be a pain, but I'm not really into sending out public emails. No offense to you, of course, but I was hoping if I could ask this question through a comment:

    I'm a young author, as are a few of my friends. I've been told that we shouldn't try to write a novel or get published because
    a) agents won't take us seriously, and
    b) our style changes as we get older, so we'll regret publishing now.
    What do you have to say on the subject? I'd love some advice, as would my friends who follow this blog religiously. (as do I!)

  4. Inadah, I'm working on it. This will take me some time as academic publishing is not my area. Stay tuned...

    Anon, my post is all about you tomorrow!


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