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 🍟

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

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!

Published by path2pub

From The Trenches To The Shelves

6 thoughts on “Weekend Roadside Cafe

  1. I’ve missed the Cafe! Info Burgers is great this week. I can’t wait to read all of them😊


  2. “If you have a manuscript that you know deep in your gut is meant to be a book someday, listen to that”. This is definitely a tweet I needed to see. Thanks for sharing it 🙂
    I love June Hur’s publishing journey. 8 years, wow! I didn’t know of her prior but I just checked out her books and she’s doing very well


  3. Its good to know that while many people complain about publishing/publishers, that editors aren’t who they’re referring to. I used to think editors were complicit.

    The tweet about agents liking personalized queries feels like tricky! Sometimes you go out of your way to personalize for them, and they pass in like hours. Clearly not giving your personalization one lick of attention lol

    I really enjoyed this cafe!


  4. Tweet Chips is usually my favorite part of Roadside Cafe, and today’s is still fun, but info Burgers is so good. A lot of good information ℹ️


  5. I love the Path2pub quote. It’s so accurate! And I don’t agree with Bev Jenkins tweet that all romance must have HEA. There’s all kinds of romance, some tragic!


  6. June’s publishing journey story is so unique and realistic. I feel so seen 🙂
    “Don’t put your life on hold for the sake of getting published. Don’t hold so tightly onto your dream of publication that you neglect your relationships with others and your mental/physical health.

    Do be kind to yourself. Do have hobbies and goals outside of writing.”


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