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Day Twenty-Seven Drawing: And the winner is…

Jennifer Crain!!!
You have won Page After Page & Chapter After Chapter by Heather Sellers.

Congrats, Jennifer. Enjoy your books!

To reread about what you’ve won, click here.

Please send me your snail mail address at writer mama at earthlink dot net.

Thanks everyone for participating! And don’t worry, there are still 4 chances to win!

Please, tell everyone you know about the 2008 Writer Mama Back-to-School Giveaway.


WMBTSG Day Twenty-Eight (Comment to this post to enter today’s drawing)

Welcome to day twenty-eight of the Writer Mama Back-to-School Giveaway. Today’s giveaway is a one-year subscription to!!!

The Essential Online Tool for Writers

If you’re serious about selling your work, meet your new personal assistant: With a subscription to, you can easily locate new, up-to-date markets for publishing your work, get expert “insider” advice, and track your manuscript submissions and publishing contracts.

Subscribe to and discover how easy it is to:

  • Manage the business side of writing. Your personalized Dashboard will help get you organized and keep you on task.
  • Save time. New features give you at-a-glance accessibility to updated market listings, recommended resources, query reminders, and more.
  • Zero in on the right markets to send your work with faster, more targeted searching capabilities.
  • Get advice and commentary from the experts
  • <!–li>Connect with other writers through our new forum.</li–>

  • and more…

Read what other writers have to say about >


Today’s question:

We’ve talked about the nuts and bolts of pitching your writing. Now how about finding the best markets for your work in the first place. How easy or hard do you find this process? Do you become overwhelmed by the hunt? Do you find it difficult to adopt what you’ve written to suit? Or have you got market-finding down to a science? Do tell us all about your relationship to writer’s markets.

If this is your first post in the giveaway, please read “Da Rules.”

You may post your comments until midnight PST on September 28th.

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