Zander really likes this series....we are getting quite a collection. He saw the amazon package and said, "Now which one should I read first?"
Cheryl (not sure if she'd want me to share the link to her blog) is a local friend. Cheryl is "the one" who loaned me this book. She's told me to go ahead and pass it along.
If you live in the local area (you know where that is) and would like to read this book, please contact me. After we've passed it around here, maybe I'll offer it as a giveaway. ::snort::
I suspect several would enjoy reading this one. I found it interesting. The only thing I really, really disliked is the way they switch writing perspective. I wish they'd chose ONE and stick with it..... IE "I (Jim Bob)" and then in the next paragraph read something that is obviously Michelle's perspective....and vice verse...but that's not a huge problem. LOL
Our budding author, Jamin, states that the Christian Writers' Market Guide is a "vital tool for those wishing to publish in the Christian Market." No, he's not found a publisher for his novel BUT he has published in several magazines and online sources....and he's been researching new publishers to pitch his novels to, researching writing agents and entering contests etc. all resources found in this book.
Publisher's Notes: (Christian Writers' Market Guide 2009 is) "The Resource Guide to Getting Published"
For 24 years running, the Christian Writers’ Market Guide has remained the most comprehensive, complete, essential, and highly-recommended resource for beginning and veteran Christian writers, agents, editors, publishers, publicists, and those teaching writing classes.
This year’s Guide is even handier with a CD-Rom included that features the full text of the book for easy searches of topics, publishers, and markets, as well as 100 pages of exclusive content including indexes and writing resource listings.
This is the resource you need to get noticed—and published.
Completely updated and revised to feature the latest on…
*more than 1,200 markets for the written word
*416 book publishers (32 new)
*654 periodicals (52 new)
*96 literary agents
*100 new listings in Resources for Writers
*226 poetry markets
*316 photography markets
*25 African-American markets
*166 contests (29 new)
Author Bio: Sally E. Stuart is the author of thirty-six books and has sold more than one thousand articles and columns. Her long-term involvement with the Christian Writers’ Market Guide as well as her marketing columns for the Christian Communicator, Oregon Christian Writers, and The Advanced Christian Writer, make her a sought-after speaker and a leading authority on Christian markets and the business of writing. Stuart is the mother of three and grandmother of eight and lives near Portland, Oregon.