1. Writing query letters is right up there with the synopsis and book proposal in the dread factor. Jennifer Slattery guest posts at Zoe M. McCarthy's blog and gives some valuable tips on crafting a dynamite query letter.
2. If you've put your novel or non-fiction baby out into the world, you'll eventually face the inevitable one-star review. Writer Unboxed shares the top two reasons a reader will leave a bad review.
3. Anyone who has read the story of Noah and the
knows what the rainbow means. God put it in the sky after the great flood as a
covenant never to destroy the earth again in this manner. To restore the
original meaning of the rainbow, the ministry that owns the replica of Noah's Ark has lit it in these
colors. Check out this article on Breaking
4. Susan Panzica talks about being a bride and relates it to us as the Bride of Christ. Don't miss this lovely analogy.
5. Ooo, I want to try these Blueberry Galettes. They look yummy and easy. Check out the recipe at JoCooks.
Writers: How do you process negative reviews?
Readers: What did you think of the article on reasons for negative reviews? Do you have a policy when it comes to reviewing books?
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