Tag Archives: Teresa Frohock
Once upon a time I thought I might have enough energy to write two different blogs and continue working on my novels and stories. However, reality has finally set in and that time has passed. This is my last post … Continue reading
I started this blog so very long ago to hone my blogging skills in case I ever had the good fortune to be published. Well now, we are are here, and I want to share some of that good fortune … Continue reading
I’m guest blogging today at my friend Jennifer Neri’s blog on why I chose a traditional route to publication over self-publication. If you have a minute, stop by and say hi. You can also see more great posts Jennifer has from … Continue reading
I have to say that asking the questions is a lot easier than answering them, but I really did enjoy doing this interview for Andrea over at The Written Connection. Andrea posted the same interview twice under each entry for … Continue reading
I have a new blog with an announcement regarding some changes here at helluo librorum. Helluo librorum isn’t going anywhere, but I hope you’ll pop over for just a moment and check out: a new blog & a new look.
I’m so excited to announce that I am now represented by Weronika Janczuk of the D4EO Literary Agency. In the coming week I’m going to tell you how it happened and hopefully have the opportunity to introduce Weronika to all … Continue reading
Since today is my birthday, I thought I would share with you some observations I’ve culled from my years on the earth. These musings will cover everything from practical advice to information about me, so read them with care (and … Continue reading
I know I said we wouldn’t be talking about query letters this year, but I’ve been hearing negative remarks about working with editors here and there. I wanted to show you what a good editor can do if you work … Continue reading
As promised, I am exceptionally pleased to be visiting my good OWW friend Peter Cooper at the Cackling Scribe for a guest post where I talk about the quiet moment in your novel. I hope you’ll join me there.