Find Your Writing Niche:  “Dear Lucky Agent” Contest

Author and Guide to Literary Agents, Chuck Sambuchino offers contest

Chuck Sambuchino offers contest

So many contests, so little time!

Here’s a contest that is ideal for those who have a completed novel in the women’s fiction genre, and there are plenty of you out there. The contact info is http://tinyurl.com/of5zgqz.

Chuck Sambuchino is publicizing this one through his blog, Guide to Literary Agents, or, as he refers to it, GLA blog. He explains that this is the 17th free such contest and it has a different focus on genres each time.

Definitely read all the eligibility and submission requirements, and most importantly, remember to mention the contest twice through social media. That’s why this blog is dedicated to mentioning the contest.

What is most valuable in his explanation of the contest is that he tells what women’s fiction is. He says it’s also called upmarket fiction, a term that’s bandied about on agents’ and publishers’ Websites, writers’ blogs and other sources.

Judge is Paula Munier, senior literary agent and content strategist at Talcott Notch Literary.

I have Sambuchino’s book, “Create Your Writer Platform,” and it has helped me stay on track. He offers realistic, workable suggestions, but it takes time to digest the nearly 250 pages.

Good luck to everyone. Can’t wait to hear what the outcome is.

Try this one. You might come out on top: http://tinyurl.com/of5zgqz.

Article By: Jo Ann Mathews

I’ve been a professional freelance writer for several years and specialize in writing feature stories. I have more than a 1,000 bylines to my credit and have written on countless topics from autism to zoology. My columns on fashion and the Internet appeared in a Chicago area newspaper in the 90s. “Brunswick Buzz,” the column in The Sun News, the Myrtle Beach, S.C. daily, ran for seven years then “Events on the North Strand” took over in October 2013, also in The Sun News.

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