"I published with and without an agent. The first books were sold to a small press, which sold reprint rights to some larger houses; this was several years ago. The most recent book was published with an agent, and the reality is that today, even…"
Gather with book authors, journalists, poets, editors and agents at the Wildwood, NJ Convention Center for a conference on writing and publishing. For the schedule of events and list of speakers, check out janetility.com ornwbwc.comGenres: fiction, non-fiction, childrens', memoirs, poetry, publishing.See More
"We maintain a web site with content that are more essays than blogging - so far we have done a three part series on Sherlock Holmes and Jane Austen, and a series of "Jane Austen's Lost Letters", with her "reviews" of…"
We will be participating in the North Wildwood Beach Writers Conference on June 8-9. The annual conference is held at the Wildwoods Convention Center at the South Jersey shore. This year's speakers will include agents Sheree Bykofsky and Caitlen Rubino-Bradway, children's writers Nancy Viau and Keri Mikulski, illustrator Lee Harper, Harper's Magazine editor and novelist Charis Conn, playwright Dominique Cieri, horror writer and Bram Stoker Award winner John Passerella. You can check into…See More
"My daughter and I are the authors of "Lady Vernon and Her Daughter", a novel-length reconstruction of an early Jane Austen novella, "Lady Susan". The book was published by Crown and I cannot say enough good about them and our…"
"Another "lost letter" from Jane Austen to her sister has surfaced on
janetility.com This time, Jane describes an evening watching several episodes of "The Doctor House Programme".
"There is a lot that you can do in smaller increments but writing will require some blocks of extended time. I think that sometimes you have to admit that you can't have everything - you can have a great deal, but not necessarily at the same…"
"The rules for publishing non-fiction are different for fiction. For fiction, you must have a completed manuscript. For non-fiction, you may attract an agent or publisher with a strong query letter and proposal and sample chapters with an…"
"This is the Jane half of Jane-and-Caitlen
I have had several books published (a series and a collection of novellas and a recent book co-written with my daughter by the traditional route, and one POD).
When you say "I'm not even talking…"
It seems that a "lost letter" from Jane Austen to her sister has surfaced on the web site janetility.com, in which Jane describes "... a very new kind of Entertainment called a Moving Picture, a sort of Playlet whereby the images of the performers are thrown upon a great sheet hung above the Stage. These Playlets are quite short – no more than two hours – and all carried out in a single act with no break, which allows for many performances each day...I confess that the Story confused me…See More
Mother-daughter authors Jane Rubino and Caitlen Rubino-Bradway will be signing their new novel "Lady Vernon and Her Daughter", an adaptation of Jane Austen's "Lady Susan" at Sun Rose Words and Music in Ocean City, NJ on Saturday 12/12/09 from noon until 2 pm. Join in the holiday festivities on Ocean City's Asbury Avenue, come to Sun Rose to meet the authors, enjoy refreshments - a free giveaway with each copy of "Lady Vernon and Her Daughter".
Love Jane Austen! I'll have to check out your book.
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