The act of putting pen to paper encourages pause for thought, this in turn makes us think more deeply about life, which helps us regain our equilibrium.  ~Norbet Platt

To follow up on last week’s post about Harlequin Series, November 1-5, Harlequin is hosting an editor’s week on their blog. Fifty Harlequin editors will be posting about what they’re looking for and interacting with blog readers. You can ask questions, enter contests and even pitch your story. Sign up for a webinar with editors or simply lurk on the blog. Find out all the info at So You Think You Can Write?


Do you live outside the United States? Do you travel frequently outside the United States? Glimpse, a website sponsored by National Geographic, is looking for correspondents to write about travel to places around the world with an insider’s perspective. As a Glimpse correspondent you’ll be published regularly on the website and receive $500. Find out all the details here.


Author D.L. Snell has a great interview at his blog with  Jacob Kier, editor of Permuted PressPermuted Press publishes ebook and trade paper editions and specializes in Apocalyptic fiction, particularly zombie fiction. They pay an advance and royalties.


A Willing Spirit, the reissue of one of my early historical novels (originally written under the name Cynthia Sterling) is not available from Aspen Mountain Press’s Aurora Historical line. Read a free sample and pick up your copy here.


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