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Cover Copy Help
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Started this discussion. Last reply by J J Durham Apr 19, 2013.

250 Words on Suspense
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Jude Hardin replied to minervaK's discussion cast yourself
"Believe it or not, complete strangers used to come up to me and tell me I looked like him. Back when I had hair. :)"
Mar 21, 2009
Jude Hardin replied to minervaK's discussion cast yourself
"Kiefer Sutherland."
Mar 18, 2009
Jude Hardin replied to Jude Hardin's discussion J.A. Konrath on Literary Agents
"Good point, John. Most writers aren't going to land an agent on the first try, so it pays to query widely. If you're sending them out in batches of 20 or whatever, it's definitely a good idea to keep good records."
Mar 14, 2009
John Desjarlais replied to Jude Hardin's discussion J.A. Konrath on Literary Agents
"Great advice here. I've had two agents; my first agent sold my two historical novels and then retired. It took a year-and-a-half to get a second agent for my first mystery and when I did, he was in a serious car accident after nearly three…"
Mar 13, 2009
Jude Hardin replied to Jude Hardin's discussion Beginning Sentences with Dependent Clauses
"It's just an editorial consideration, Neo. I doubt if most readers care one way or another."
Mar 13, 2009
Bob replied to Jude Hardin's discussion The Sex Scene: Build It And They Will...Come?
"Interesting, in my current wip thriller, Chapter one begins with a bullet whistling toward a detective's head, the killer raising back to his aliby---a restaurant where he connects with the waitress. The sex scene that ends the chapter shows…"
Mar 13, 2009
Bob replied to Jude Hardin's discussion Plot vs. Prose
"Adverbitise is an illness bestowed upon the newborn authors. Once the antibodies are developed to the appropriate level, the use of adverbs is rarely a problem."
Mar 13, 2009
I. J. Parker replied to Jude Hardin's discussion Plot vs. Prose
"Nice!"
Mar 13, 2009

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Hometown:
Parts Unknown
About Me:
Author of the Nicholas Colt thriller series.
I Am A:
Writer
Website:
http://judehardinbooks.com/
Books And Authors I Like:
John D. MacDonald, Stephen King, Tess Gerritsen, Peter Abrahams
Movies And TV Shows I Like:
Pulp Fiction, The Hustler, Casablanca, Silence of the Lambs

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At 8:40am on December 2, 2011, Dick C Waters said…

Jude,

I too have submitted my second novel to Amazon's Thomas & Mercer. That was over two weeks ago.

Congrats on the deal and I wish you much success.

If anyone is looking for links to what Amazon is doing with their Imprints I can forward you the links.

It's going to be the future of publications as it cuts out the Publication Houses. My first novel took over fifteen months to complete the publication cycle. Nothing should take that long!

Best regards,

Dick C Waters

At 1:19am on December 2, 2011, I. J. Parker said…

Jude, I'm particularly interested (and sending even more kudos) because my agent was turned down after T&M expressed great interest earlier in the year. I have a suspicion that my agent mishandled the deal.  It may be time for me to look around.  You have Joe's agent, right?

At 3:38am on July 3, 2009, Kris Neri said…
Thanks for the friend-invite, Jude. Looking forward to chatting with you on these pages.
At 10:46am on February 11, 2009, Jon Loomis said…
Hey Jude--did you toss your Stephen King/Stephanie Meyer thread? It was kind of interesting, I thought.
At 2:11am on July 24, 2008, Jude Hardin said…
Hey Jack,

I pulled the manuscript and spent about six months on a rewrite. Now it's back with my agent and will be back on submission to editors soon. Thanks for asking!
At 4:57pm on July 23, 2008, Jack Getze said…
Hey, Jude.
(Gee, that sounds like something from my past...hmmm.)
Seriously--WTF ever happened to your submission? Is the agent still working it? How about you? Are you writing something else?
At 10:18am on March 28, 2008, L.J. Sellers said…
Hi Jude
Congrats on getting an agent. Next step: publication.
Keep writing.
At 12:15am on August 17, 2007, Jude Hardin said…
Hi Carole. Thanks for stopping by. Looking forward to the excerpt.

Keep breathing! Oxygen is, you know, good for you. You need some...every day.
At 12:44pm on June 17, 2007, Jude Hardin said…
karyn with a y. Sorry!
At 11:55am on June 17, 2007, Jude Hardin said…
Thanks, Karen! I'm thrilled to be a small part of Jack Getze's next release; and, my agent, Jay Poynor, is first-rate. 2007 has been a good year so far!
 
 
 

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