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And now for an even more bizarre query.

I got my first on paper rejection letter last week, Another "no thanks" to MEATFUL THINGS. It was a form letter, but they were considerate enough to include the title of my novel in the letter. And now I'm thinking why not query more than one novel at a time? (In separate queries, of course.) I have several books that I believe of query-ready. I'm going to offer my most timely manuscript--Jesus Juice with a Side of Singularity. The technological singularity is coming up in 2045, and I really should have my novel about the (fictionalized) Singularity out before then! So any agents and publishing houses radical enough for my futuristic farce, get ready for the one that started my novel-writing

Spring into "Published."

Fellow northern hemisphere writers, emerge from your wintery, writerly burrows and rejoice! With spring's with rising temperatures, we raise our expectations of getting our manuscripts published... Finally ready to plunge into "published"? Tap into this newbie-friendly list for polished (but not yet published) writers. Looking for publishers actively seeking unsolicited 'scripts? Click here for a writer-friendly roster. Wanna go straight for the bigguns? Pound on this link! And good luck in negotiations!

Spelling stars.

Presenting a twinkle of a poem in a spelling format: Silence! The arc rises, skybound. Thus, apex reaches stratos stars. Aura ripples, shines, strobes, teases. Rays streak southern tree-topped acclivities. Sun's soul touches all. Rejoice! Do you see the format? Here it is again: Silence! The arc rises, skybound. Thus, apex reaches stratos stars. Aura ripples, shines, strobes, teases. Rays streak southern tree-topped acclivities. Sun's soul touches all. Rejoice! * * * Visit fellow writer Tom Merriman's castle for more starry writing!

Hand tools for the job.

The first month of spring calls for a new perspective and a new writing prompt. In your writer's toolbox you have writing experience, knowledge of story structure, and all the writing books and novels you've read. Grab a different toolbox and get to work. Rake old ideas from the page and shovel into new ground. Write something you didn't expect to write. Stream of consciousness... experimental... haiku... Let your imagination take over! *** Wet crystals crumble Sun-warmed rain goads grateful ground Sparks bud to blossom

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