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Rediscovering

The last time I had read short stories, was probably a decade ago at university, and I found it very refreshing to slowly open my mind to them again. Truth is, short stories are beautiful bursts of craftsmanship. They pack a “pow” and they remind the reader of the magic of the English language… Read More Rediscovering

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Helpful Writing Tools

Throughout this process, I have read so many blogs and listened to various podcasts on how publishing works for first-timers. They were incredibly helpful and served as guidelines in an unknown world. Some of the most basic questions I had when starting out, were however contained in various different publications.… Read More Helpful Writing Tools

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Query blues

Hi fellow writers, I started to send off my queries to literary agents about two weeks ago now. While it has been an incredibly exciting process, it’s also been quite depressing at times. A few days in, I received about five rejections and two proposal requests. It was here where I found myself standing between… Read More Query blues

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Current query-quest

Hi fellow writers, I have just started to submit my query letters to literary agents this week, and whoah has it been a learning curve. After months of researching the query process, I still find myself learning new things and banging my head against the table after noticing mistakes. I have read over and over… Read More Current query-quest

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About Karin

Karin Mitchell is a South African journalist-turned-writer. She used to cover hundreds of current events as they were developing. Often, she would be running between protests and dodging rubber bullets and flying bricks, trying to establish and understand concerns amongst South Africans. She also spent years in the courts, reporting on high profile and forgotten… Read More About Karin