Monday, April 20, 2009

When Do You Quit Writing?

I’ll cut to the chase. The answer is never, unless you're a big wimp with no backbone, which, I must say, many writers are starting to sound like with all this queryfail and agentfail nonsense.

Anyhoo, check out this great post by Toni McGee Causey over at Muderati. It’s a moving read. The link comes courtesy of agent Janet Reid, who I learn from daily and will constantly adore, no matter how many people keep saying nasty things about her.

1 comment:

  1. I agree, that's a fantastic piece by Toni McGee Causey.

    And Mary W. Walters, who said the nasty things about agents, totally missed the obvious, imo. Publishing is a business. Businesses want to make money. They print what sells.