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Hello Nathan; This is not so much a question as an observation. And it's going to sound like a "help desk ticket" because I'm not very good at asking questions. I've been searching your blog archives tonight looking for a particular post so I can reference it in an article I am writing for my local ...
- January 27th, 2010, 1:33 am
- Forum: Ask Nathan
- Topic: Old Ask Nathan Thread
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Hi Nathan. Thanks for posting this handy section. Anyway, my question basically is, when and how to tell an agent your novel has Mature content. Say: my novel is a literary fiction about a woman coming to terms with her physical and sexual abuse in childhood, and she compares it with her present lif...
I've been writing on a woman's fiction - or maybe its lit fiction. I'm disgusted with it. So, I decided to write a Fantasy novel. I read more fantasy than women's, mainstream, lit. Fantasy ranks up there with thriller for reading favorites. I'm about 500 words into it and let me tell you, it's a lot...
- December 19th, 2009, 7:41 pm
- Forum: Procrastination
- Topic: Top 5 Favorite Christmas Albums?
- Replies: 17
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When I was little my mom listed to The Mormon Tabernacle Choir. I'm not mormon, or religeous at all for that matter, those were always my favorites. Still are. But I like Christmas songs, and I'm not at all embarrassed by it.
- December 19th, 2009, 7:19 pm
- Forum: Writing
- Topic: What works better for you: praise or critique?
- Replies: 24
- Views: 4284
Critique. Not that I don't enjoy praise, but many people will give a compliment just so they don't hurt your feelings. Critiques are more honest, and more helpful in the long run.