Another Friday here, although I suppose for most folks today was a holiday. But just like there is no crying in baseball, there are no holidays in the hospital.
Regardless, it’s time for another “In Deep Smit” posting. I have many things to be grateful for this week, especially. I’m grateful for the time I spent with our family in the last few days. I’m grateful for the helpful pitch critique I received from Jessica Faust at BookEnds. I’m grateful I made it safely through the dangerous ice storm this morning, even if it took over 2 hours to get to work.
But for this week’s smitten discussion, I’d like to talk about something I’m very excited about: the QueryTracker Blog.
If you’re a writer reading this blog, you should already know how useful QueryTracker is when searching for representation. (If not, you’d best scoot over there and check it out.) Soon, the associated blog will be a busy place.
A few wonderful, talented folks and I will be co-authoring lots of hopefully helpful postings there. You’ll find tips on how to maximize the benefits of the QueryTracker site, articles covering topics in writing and publishing, featured guest bloggers, contests, and more.
All of us participating are very excited about this new venture, and hope to see you there!
I, for one, am deeply smitten with both the project and my partners-in-blogdom.
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