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The Internet Writing Journal
ISSN No. 1095-3973
Volume 4, Issue 3.

In This Issue:

A Conversation With Raymond Feist
This month we had the privilege of speaking with New York Times and London Times bestselling fantasy novelist Raymond Feist. Author of Faerie Tale and the immensely popular RiftWar series, Feist is known for his skill with characterization and the exciting sense of adventure that he instills in his books. He spoke with us about his latest novels set in the fantasy world of Midkemia, Krondor: The Betrayal and Krondor: The Assassins (Avon Eos), how he got his start as an author, and gives some great advice for aspiring writers.

A Conversation With Anne Lesley Groell
Fantasy author Anne Lesley Groell knows the publishing industry from inside and out. The author of the popular Cloak and Dagger fantasy series is also an editor at Bantam Spectra, where she edits such authors as George R. R. Martin, Robin Hobb, Connie Willis, and John Marco. Anne spoke with us about her latest fantasy/adventure novel, Cauldron of Iniquity (Roc), and gives us the straight scoop on what not to put in a query letter to a publisher.

What's New On The Bookshelves?
Visit our Book Review section to see what our reviewers have to say about the latest books. See our new reviews this month in these genres: computer books, mysteries, thrillers, nonfiction, fantasy/SF/horror, romance, writing and children's.

Insider Tricks to Getting Published: Part I
Interested in the inside scoop on how to get your manuscript accepted for publication? Let Jeff Herman, New York literary agent and author of the 2000-2001 Writer's Guide to Book Editors, Publishers and Literary Agents (Prima Publishing) and You Can Make it Big Writing Books (Prima Publishing), show you the way in this first of a two-part excerpt from the Writer's Guide.

Build-A-Song Part III: Freeflow
In her article, "Build-A-Song Part III: Freeflow," nationally syndicated radio talk show host, songwriter and CEO of CQK Music & Records Mary Dawson continues her advice on building a song from the ground up in this third in her series on songwriting.







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