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1. New Agent

Rich Richter has joined the Zachary Shuster Harmsworth Agency and represents picture books through new adult.


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2. Being Professional

What writing mistakes will signal to an agent or editor you're not professional? 


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3. Hiring an Editor

Is it necessary for you to have your manuscript professionally edited before submitting? 


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4. New Writer Mistake

The most common mistake new writers make is to rush to publication. 


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5. New Children's Agent

Rachel Brooks from the L. Perkins Agency is looking for fun picture books in addition to novels.


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6. Waiting to Hear Back

If you haven't heard back from an editor or agent, here are some thing you can do. 


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7. Writing Contests

Winning a writing contest can boost your confidence and maybe even lead to greater things. 


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8. Path to Publication

Here are some things to remember on your way to being published. 


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9. Agent Submissions

What your submission looks like to an agent's reader. 


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10. Types of Book Publishing

As shown by this chart, there are many paths to a published book.


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11. Submission Checklist

Double-check these before submitting. 


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12. Sidetracking Your Success

Sometimes we're out own worst enemies. 


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13. How to be Easy to Work With

You don't want to be the difficult author no one wants to represent. 


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14. Selling Your Picture Book

Here are some things to think about as you try to find a publisher for your picture book.


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15. Quiet Books

Some quiet books still get published. 


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16. Author-Illustrator Teams

How do you submit when you're working with another person as an author-illustrator team? 


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17. When the Publishing Process Goes Awry

It's not always smooth sailing to publication, even if you have an agent. 


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18. Write the Whole Manuscript

Why you need to finish your book before looking for an agent or publisher. 


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19. Agents and Sales

Just because you have an agent, that doesn't mean your manuscript will always sell. 


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20. Tips on Writing a Synopsis

Here are some things to consider when writing a synopsis. 


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21. Slush Pile

Here's how a first reader describes the reality of the slush pile.


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22. Query Letters 101

Include all the information needed in a query letter, but make it short.


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23. Overnight Success Stories

Most of the "landing an agent in a day" stories hide the years of work leading up to them. 


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24. Proofreading Matters

Of course, it's all about the writing, but if you don't proofread your query/manuscript, the reader may never finish your story. 


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25. The Role of an Agent

Having an agent does not guarantee a book sale. 


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