Category Archives: Chuck Sambuchino

Should You Pitch (and Sign With) a New Literary Agent? The Pros and Cons

by Chuck Samuchino One of the most common recurring work blog items I get complimented on is my “New Literary Agent Alerts,” a series where I spotlight new/newer literary agents who are open to queries and looking for clients. At … Continue reading

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11 Frequently Asked Questions About Book Royalties, Advances and Money

By Chuck Sambuchino If you’re going to wheel and deal with literary agents and editors, you’ll end up spending more time than you’d like discussing rights, contracts, advances, royalties and a whole lot of other important stuff. That said, I … Continue reading

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Literary Terms Defined: The Uncommon and Common

by Chuck Sambuchino Working for Writer’s Digest Books, I come across a lot of literary terms — both the common and uncommon. Because it’s healthy for writers of all levels to be familiar with terms they may come across in … Continue reading

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Take Your Writing By Storm with Chuck Sambuchino

Big News! We are absolutely giddy to announce a new monthly blogger – Chuck Sambuchino, of Writer’s Digest and Guide to Literary Agents fame! To celebrate, today we’re posting six amazing blogs from his vault of brilliance, and one brand … Continue reading

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