Linkity Link

Happy Friday! I’m out of town for the weekend, but I have not forgotten you. Here are some lovely and informative links to keep you entertained. Wishing you all a most enjoyable weekend, filled with books and writing accomplishments and all manner of good things.

First off, in honor of Veteran’s Day, Knight Agency author Bryan Andersen on MSNBC, discussing his inspirational memoir, NO TURNING BACK, about life as an Iraq vet, Purple Heart recipient, and triple amputee.

Knight Agency Clients Receive 24 Romantic Times Award Nominations — because we’re so very proud of our authors.

Small Talk — a lovely interview with author Anthony Horowitz.

The Truth About Amazon Publishing — a very informative look at the company’s new programs.

Literary Websites — a handy list.

Digested Read: Bleak House by Charles Dickens — an overview of a very long classic, in honor of the approaching 200th anniversary of the author’s birth.

2 thoughts on “Linkity Link

  1. Thanks for the link/pingback!! I actually try to keep that list updated as well. There are some really fantastic resource sites for writing out there!!

  2. Thanks. Good links.

    I especially enjoyed the interview with Anthony Horowitz. Somehow I knew there was another Sherlock Holmes story being written, but that piece of trivia had passed into my cerebral ether. Now I have the title and details – The Silk House: The New Sherlock Holmes Novel. I’m adding it my endless list…

    Speaking of which, on visiting your agency’s site and the books published closest to the genre I’m writing (3rd. draft, will probably be a fourth), I saw a book entitled. The Butterfly Tatoo, (I think, forgive me if I’m wrong). I was impressed that The Knight Agency took on a book with this controversial story line of confused sexuality.

    My manuscript contains a comparable element and I have wondered if agents/publishers would shy away. Regardless, I’ve moved forward and written the story I want to write. However, I am encourage to see there are agencies out there who won’t reject my manuscript on that premise alone.

    Have a great weekend!

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