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 🍔

  • How I Got My Agent: Contributor Amber shares her inspiring journey to getting an agent in this post!
  • How DVPit Changed BB Alston’s Life (A publication journey): In this fun post, writer of the popular Amari series shares how a single tweet (on DVPit) changed his life.
  • An Antagonist vs A Villain: Check out this post on the difference between a villain and an antagonist for writers.
  • Perfect Pitches: Here are over a dozen sample query letters, book proposals, a guide to looking up agents, and more by Lit Agent Eric Smith.
  • Nicola And David Yoon On Joy Revolution Imprint: Nicola speaks about her commitment to publishing authors dedicated to bringing stories that spark joy and offer a safe space to readers while revolutionizing a media landscape where people of color have been commonly erased as leading characters.
  • Spiderwick Chronicles Disney + Casting: For Holly Black/SC Fans. Christian Slater has been tapped as a major lead in ‘The Spiderwick Chronicles’, Disney+’s live-action series adaptation of the popular fantasy books.
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Tweet Chips

Links to tweets from the writing community we hope interests you!

Informative Tweets

Relatable Tweets


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From The Trenches To The Shelves

4 thoughts on “Weekend Roadside Cafe

  1. Nice to see Amber’s story up there! I love when you dig out these publication stories for us too -I haven’t read Amari but I see it everywhere.

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  2. That thread about things writers can ask publishers is just gold. We really need to know our rights in this unpredictable industry. And speaking of Alston, although Amari is doing very well I saw a tweet of his where he said readers enthusiasm makes all the hard parts of publishing worth it. So if someone with success like that is also juggling with difficulty in publishing, every one going in better brace up with information!

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