Tag Archive | Chuck Sambuchino

A Visit to Writer’s Digest

You know that first draft? The one you really, really want to share with someone. The one your critique group has been clamoring to read because you haven’t submitted anything in months? Think twice before letting others read it. If you want to know why, check out my guest post, Draft Dodging, at Writer’s Digest […]


He’s the Man

If you’ve been writing for any length of time, chances are you’ve heard of Chuck Sambuchino. You know, Writer’s Digest dude, Guide to Literary Agents blogger, editor of the tome The Guide to Literary Agents, and author of numerous books including When Clowns Attack which will be released on September 29. Even though we’d never met, […]


A Siren’s Call to Writers

My muse has been vexing me.  She’s gotten into this annoying habit of visiting late at night or when I’m in car without so much as a dirty napkin to write on. (I recently paid the kids to clean the inside of the vans.) I should have a talk with her, but I won’t. I […]