By Carly Hayward

Note: scroll to the bottom of the article for an update and a surprise!

By now you may have heard me talk about a fabulous new contest, Revise & Resub. If you haven't heard me talking about it, you are clearly ignoring all my tweets. I can't stop talking about it.

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By Carly Hayward

Guess what authors?! I have good news! There is a new Twitter Pitch event run by a fabulous group of editors.

Unfortunately, it all started with some bad news. #P2P17 was postponed due to internal issues. All the editors that had planned on joining #P2P17 suddenly had an opening...

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By Carly Hayward

International best-selling author Kim Alexander’s new novel is on sale today!

It’s a fun and sexy contemporary retelling of a fairy tale full of magical creatures, passion, and redemption.

It is the start of a great new series from an author that knows fantasy well.

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By Carly Hayward

Indie Author James Fallon's debut novel is on sale today!

It’s a adventurous middle grade fantasy novel full of heartwarming friends and danger lurking in the forest.

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By Carly Hayward

I've been an editor with Pitch to Publication since the beginning; it is a fabulous event that brings authors, editors, and agents together. I know many authors planning to be a part of the event are clamoring for advice on what to do, how to get an editor to take a chance on you,...

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By Carly Hayward

Best-selling author Kim Alexander’s second novel is on sale today!

It’s a sexy fantasy full of strong women (and demons), anti-heroes (er…demons), and lots of intrigue.

It is the second book in the wonderful Demon Door series where humans and demons vie for the upper hand and...

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by Kim Alexander

(This post was originally written for ITW's The Thrill Begins, replublished with permission)

It seemed like such a good idea.

Forbes agreed, and if a company is profiled in Forbes, am I going to argue? I saw the ad for Booktrope on Twitter; they were accepting unagented sub...

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