Weekend Roadside Cafe

The road to publication can be exhausting sometimes. Here’s a roadside cafe serving all things writing/publishing to relieve you: information sodas, entertainment burgers, amusement chips… we’ve got it. It’s Alright to take a break; check out the menu!

Info Burgers 🍔

Tweet Chips 🍟

Informative Tweets

Relatable Tweets


Got any awesome writerly links or quotes to share with us? From your blog or another’s? Leave in the comments and we’ll add it next time!

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10 thoughts on “Weekend Roadside Cafe

  1. Another Cafe 🍹 That blog post on whether publishing is dying is precisely what I needed to see. It’s a great and assuring post, especially written by a literary agent! Thank you for sharing it ;
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  2. I really enjoy reading #AskAgents – even though these days I’ve not been on Twitter much. It feels almost too rowdy and dispiriting, so I’m happy to get the links here!

    This is one of the links I had fun reading this week!

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  3. I was happy to see Sabaa on Kelly Clarkson’s show! Two of my favorite women! It really just shows how far being an author—a successful one especially—can take someone. And it only makes me burn more to achieve that dream!

    Also like Sarah, I loved reading “is publishing dying”. And coming from one of the top literary agents, it’s proof that doomsdayists are just being a little bit much, scaring all of us, ahaha. Fantastic Cafe!

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  4. Wonderful summary of the writing community’s highlights as always! I’ve adored reading all the links, though I was most curious about Beware Writers and it seems the tweet has been deleted argh

    So happy Sabaa was on KCs show. I’ll definitely be checking out the interview. Writers going places! 🤩

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  5. Yay for Sabaa! I hope to read her new book soon! I love this entire Cafe so much I don’t even know where to begin lol.
    Loved the publishing isn’t dying post, as well as big authors like Stephanie sharing what submissions is like. It’s very encouraging to see people who have gone through the tough time and still thrived.
    The ask agents are amazing references, and the tweet about breaking out of a zero request rate is one of the funniest and most relatable tweets I’ve seen 😆

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