Friday, August 20, 2010

And Now For Something Completely Different...

"Well, on second thought, let's not go to Camelot -- it is a silly place."


* REFERENCES *

No book news this week, as I frantically put this together Thursday evening after my seminar. So instead, I have a list of references for writers! Will make this a regular feature for a while, as I could list thousands of websites...

Full listing of all genre classifications at BISG

Want to know if that publisher/editor/agent is legit? Check out their listing on Preditors and Editors

More publisher listings at Every Writers Resource and Publishing Central

Copyright your work.

Got a legal question? Visit Ivan Hoffman’s site for dozens of free articles about publishing legalities.


* PHOTO OF THE DAY *

"Why yes, I AM comfortable! Why do you ask?"

16 comments:

Palindrome said...

Thanks for the links!! Have a great weekend!!

Kitten said...

I love the picture of the kitty!!

Karen Walker said...

I so love your kitty photos, Diane. Hope all is well in your world.
Karen

Tamara Narayan said...

Thank for the references. Ah, cat life! This picture reminds me of my Sydney. She sleeps on her back with her front paws curled--how can I resist rubbing that furry belly?

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Lazy cat!

~Sia McKye~ said...

Ah, your baby likes the computer chair and area too, eh? My Roe is just as, um, round too.

Good links, ma'am. I didn't know about Ivan Hoffman's site. good to know.

Clarissa Draper said...

I just love your quote. What great dialogue! I will check out those links.

CD

Laura Marcella said...

Thanks for the links!

Stephen Tremp said...

I'll check out the links. Thanks, and have a great weekend.

Stephen Tremp

Jai Joshi said...

You've listed some great references here. The Ivan Hoffman site for legal questions in publishing is fabulous.

Jai

welcome to my world of poetry said...

Loved the tips and the photo
Have a good week-end.

Yvonne.

Jemi Fraser said...

Spunky is a cutie :) Thanks for the links!

Helen Ginger said...

He looks like he's perhaps lying on your office chair. You should check your latest manuscript. I have a feeling he finished it for you. You probably had no idea you were writing a fantasy, but Spunky revealed that the protagonist was really Princess Silky, of the royal Cat family. Ta-da! The End.

L. Diane Wolfe said...

Helen, if he frinished it for me, I'm calling Ripley's!!!

Patricia Stoltey said...

I love the cat. Could it be your Muse?

Patricia

Mason Canyon said...

Always love to see photos of the cat. BTW, I have an award for you at Thoughts in Progress. Have a great day.

Mason
Thoughts in Progress