What Not To Do When Sending Off Your Manuscript

For all those who follow me and are a little further ahead on their writing paths, I hope you find this as informative as I did. It’s always good to have a clear idea about the minds or those we’re attempting to pitch are work to. Sending off your work is one of the most daunting tasks a writer can face, and sometimes a few tips can make all the difference.

A Writer's Path


All right, as some of you know, I recently did some work for a publishing press. What I did was read unsolicited manuscripts (stories sent by authors with no agent) and decide if my boss should read it and publish it. During the weeks I spent doing this, I came to discover that authors really do have the worst habits.

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