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If you're even pondering this question, chances are you need to slow your roll. I get it-you're excited, you've worked really hard, your mom likes it, you're worried someone else is going to beat you to the punch with a similar idea, your particular genre is really hot right now, you have people waiting for it-I've used all of these excuses and more. When I finished my first draft of BLOOD AND SALT I immediately sent it off to a dozen top YA agents. Rejections and a few lukewarm maybes soon followed. I knew I had a good concept, because people were interested in seeing the work, but it wasn't enough to make anyone jump out of their seat. And that's what I wanted. It was a real rookie mistake, and I worried that I'd damaged my chances of finding my dream agent. I felt like I had one more shot at this and I was going to make it count. That's when I decided to get serious.   Read more... 

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