NYT's 2022 Best of True Crime List - Chas Smith If...
Red Sofa Literary by Dawn Frederick
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3M ago
NYT's 2022 Best of True Crime List - Chas Smith If there's ever a banner way to end a year, it's seeing Chas Smith's book on The New York Times Best of True Crime for BLESSED ARE THE BANK ROBBERS. Congrats to Chas, his editor Jamison, and his amazing team at Abrams Books! You can… The post appeared first on Red Sofa Literary ..read more
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Agency News
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by Dawn Frederick
1y ago
  October 1, 2022 Congrats to Camille Licate and Lauren Foster-MacLeod on the release of BREE & ME this month! If you're classroom or library is looking for a fantastic story time with Bree and Camille, this is your chance!  Your Zoom storytime is going to be Bree-utatiful! The post Agency News appeared first on Red Sofa Literary ..read more
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Life beyond the “book” – The life of an agent
Red Sofa Literary by Dawn Frederick
by Dawn Frederick
1y ago
Since social media seemingly took over a huge part of our daily lives, I have tried my best to maintain boundaries. The post Life beyond the “book” – The life of an agent appeared first on Red Sofa Literary ..read more
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Let’s talk about agency contracts
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by Dawn Frederick
1y ago
A common question when we’re wooing a new author for Team Red Sofa regards the literary agency contract. Here are six points you should know.  The post Let’s talk about agency contracts appeared first on Red Sofa Literary ..read more
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E is for Empathy
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1y ago
Why does empathy seem to fall by the wayside? The post E is for Empathy appeared first on Red Sofa Literary ..read more
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Aiming for the “we” approach to writing
Red Sofa Literary by Dawn Frederick
by Dawn Frederick
1y ago
The most appreciated and the most successful writers are able to juggle the task of introducing new perspectives and new ideas, while meeting readers at the levels they desire. The post Aiming for the “we” approach to writing appeared first on Red Sofa Literary ..read more
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Red Sofa Literary is happy to announce we are once...
Red Sofa Literary by Dawn Frederick
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4y ago
Red Sofa Literary is happy to announce we are once again looking for a summer intern! Our intern will be helping with all aspects of agenting, including helping with social media and author promotions, industry research to create editorial lists for outgoing projects, interaction with our authors for spotlight posts on our blogs, and pretty much anything else that comes up during those three months. This is a great opportunity for anyone interested in the publishing world to see the agency side of the table. The Details: We’re asking for 5-10 hours a week for the months for June through August ..read more
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Red Sofa Literary is happy to announce we are once...
Red Sofa Literary by Dawn Frederick
by redsofaliterary
4y ago
Red Sofa Literary is happy to announce we are once again looking for a summer intern! Our intern will be helping with all aspects of agenting, including helping with social media and author promotions, industry research to create editorial lists for outgoing projects, interaction with our authors for spotlight posts on our blogs, and pretty much anything else that comes up during those three months. This is a great opportunity for anyone interested in the publishing world to see the agency side of the table. The Details: We’re asking for 5-10 hours a week for the months for June through August ..read more
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Day #30 NaNoWriMo – SMALL SPACES by Katherine Arden
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4y ago
By Hannah Jones I read a lot of books—somewhere around sixty—every year. I read them on the train commute, on the beach, while porch sitting. No format preference—I love a good audiobook any time and any place, I crave print for my screen-tired eyes before bed and on vacations, and ebook is perfect for anything in-between. When deciding what I should read next, I’m a particular sucker for the next installment in a series I loved the year before, featuring favorite characters on a new adventure. Shout out to the final installment in the Dr. Greta Helsing series, GRAVE IMPORANCE by Vivian Shaw ..read more
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Day #29 NaNoWriMo – THE SURVIVAL OF MOLLY SOUTHBOURNE by Tade Thompson
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4y ago
By Kenesha Williams Murder and clones and sci-fi mixed with horror, these are a few of my favorite things. For some that list of favorite things would be their worst nightmare, but not me, horror is my jam. Not only is it my jam but reading a book that has a mix of horror and science fiction is my happy place! Which is why my favorite book of 2019 (so far) is Tade Thompson’s The Survival of Molly Southbourne. The rules are simple. If you see a girl who looks like you, run and fight. Don’t bleed. If you bleed, blot, burn, and bleach. If you find a hole, find your parents. The Survival of Molly ..read more
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