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Today is Ask and Agent #AgentInk. I've got agents lined up to answer your submission package questions! I've set it up for this afternoon at 5 EST, but that's not set in stone. Anyone have a specific time they prefer?

also, if you can't make it to the twitter session, leave a comment below and I'll post it for you. Tomorrow, I'll post the agent answer.

Happy day today, beautiful guys and dolls!

Oh, and stay tuned for my tagged meme. I've got some lovely ones to share with you.

Oh, and one more thing. Tomorrows post will include a bloghop and an Operation Agent Ink Contest and giveaway. The giveaways are from the AGENTS.

Agent Critiques!!! 5 pages, 10 pages, and more. Even a personal phone call from an agent! there are several prizes, so COME BACK TOMORROW AND participate!

It's going to be great! In advance, I'll let you know what to expect in the contest.

You get a chance to write the best piece possible about you manuscript. If you could write something awesome about your novel to be, what would you write to lure others to want to read it? Winners will be picked by a panel of judges not connected to any of the participants. They are ALL readers who know when they see a good book.

So write that hook!~ There is a 200 word limit.

See you tomorrow

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  1. AWESOME! very excited, as you can tell with my use of caps lock.

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    1. It's a fantastic giveaway! I hope there is a great turnout!

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  2. Oooooh super excited for tomorrow! :)

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    1. I know, me too! It's one contest I'm really sad I can't join...:) See you tomorrow!

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  3. Talynn-- You are amazing! I'll say it again, the work you have put into this is nothing short of spectacular. I love how you are doing all this to support other writers.

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    1. I've had such an amazing time during the last few
      months. I've learned a lot about writing, agents, publishing and lots more! So, it's been worth it.

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  4. AAAAAH Freak out about that blog hop! That's awesome! Now I need to make my hook just as awesome

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    1. Hey Katie! Glad you are excited! Can't wait for tomorrow.

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  5. Holy cow, Talynn! You have done such an awesome job! I am all excited and will be a daywalker today and tomorrow. *chair dance!!*

    200 word hook? I have to go grease the ole brain gears...'scuse me!

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    1. You make me laugh TJ. Hope you ding some good grease!

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  6. My query is 175 words. Why reinvent the wheel?

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    1. 175 is fine. No more than 200 is what I mean. No worry!

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    2. Rhetorical, but that's okay. No worry.

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  7. 200 words? Excuse me while I go slam my head into a wall. :)

    Looking forward to tomorrow's contests!

    How do Twitter chats works?

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    1. You did awesome on Twitter tonight!

      You can do it. I know you can:)

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  8. Talynn!!! You did an awesome job with the Twitter!!! Thank you, great lady! And the agents? Abso-freakin-lutely fabulous! Thank goodness, cleared up some confusion about queries and synopsis. Thanks!

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    1. Awwww! You're too sweet TJ. But #AgentInk was so amazing tonight, wasn't it??? You are right about that! And yes. The agents were simply fabulous.

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  9. Loved the AgentInk chat on Twitter tonight!

    Christi Corbett

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