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anonymous asked:

Hi! Do you think it’s necessary for a writer to have a college education? Sometimes I get very anxious because I never finished college but I want to be a writer nonetheless but a lot of the writers I admire (you included) graduated with a classics/literature BA. Sorry about my English!

Not at all. Unless you want to write for academic publishing or on the sort of nonfiction topics where readers would expect academic credentials, what degree you have (or don’t) doesn’t matter to anybody in publishing. What matters is whether you can write good books.

anonymous asked:

Hey Kat, I have a publishing question. I want to write duology for my first series but already I have an idea for a spin-off sequel series set 2000 years after the first—how do I pitch this? Or do I not and just pitch my original duology/first novel idea only?

hi anon! a duology really is the way to go these days, just all around. all of my WIPs are either duologies or standalones bc typically the shorter the better, so i’m glad you’ve got that! as for how to pitch it, you can simply say “[TITLE OF BOOK] is complete at [X] number of words with series potential”. you rarely need to elaborate on the sequels, as an agent will only sign you if they like book 1 enough (obv most agents will sign you for all your books, but you’re only winning them over with one of them). sometimes an agent will say you can describe the sequels in your query, but i’ve only ever seen a couple like that, at least in the genres i write in. if an agent is seriously interested in your book, they’ll probably ask for synopses of any sequels you have in mind prior to offering rep, which is when you should describe them. my current agent asked for synopses, and then during The Call he talked about the edits and vision he had in mind for the entire series, not just book 1, which i really appreciated (beyond the professionalism and proof he’s a career agent, the series needed some major tightening).

good luck with querying! 😍