Tuesday, August 24, 2010

Link of the Month

Ok, I know you are all reading Mockingjay, but I thought this was as good a time as any to share my favorite link of the month.

Weronika Janczuk is a new agent over at D4EO Literary. She has a super fast turn around time (less than 12 hours) and a feature called "Ask Weronika".

Last week, someone asked her about online presence and Weronika broke it down into categories and levels. (Unpublished/unagented author to published author.) She also talked about what she expected to see, as well as how often to update (or not) and how to handle it so your online presence doesn't look neglected.

It's a great post. I highly recommend it.


  1. Thanks for posting this. I'll check it out.I can personally attest to her fast turn around times (grins cheesily).Although Mockingjay is sitting on my kitchen table, I am unable to peer into it until Friday. I have obligations for the next three evenings, and we all know that one can't just read a little here and there, that it must be completed all in one sitting (which means lunch hours are out as well)sooooo Friday is my scheduled all-nighter. If any of you read it beforehand, PLEASE DO NOT TELL US ABOUT IT. PLEASE DON'T BE THAT PERSON.

  2. Awesome post just had a read and very useful. I've flicked her a query too now - what the hey you never know *grin*

  3. Thanks for the link. That was a very informative post, and I was excited to see that I am doing the things she suggested for my category, at least for the intermediate level. :)

  4. Great post. Thanks for the link. I'm off to have a look..:)

  5. I have been a follower of hers for a while. I really enjoyed that post. Lots of good info. It's nice to have the perspective of someone who is fresh on the agenting scene.


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