6 tips on writing query letters/cover letters for fiction novels

If you've been looking to traditionally publish a novel, chances are you have heard the terms "query letter," and/or "cover letter." In case you haven't, though, these two things are what you will typically send to either an agent or publisher to introduce your novel. You may ask yourself, "Why send a letter talking about … Continue reading 6 tips on writing query letters/cover letters for fiction novels

What I’m Reading: “Gyo,” “Uzumaki,” and “Tomie” by Junji Ito [part 3]

The Junji Ito Special Edition Trio: Gyo, Uzumaki, and Tomie Warning: There *might* be spoilers ahead. Tomie Of the Ito-trio, this was the most... meh, for me. It certainly started with the worst art, though by the end, it was just as beautiful as the art in Uzumaki (my fave). The story also follows a pattern, like Uzumaki. … Continue reading What I’m Reading: “Gyo,” “Uzumaki,” and “Tomie” by Junji Ito [part 3]

What I’m Reading: “Gyo,” “Uzumaki,” and “Tomie” by Junji Ito [part 2]

The Junji Ito Special Edition Trio: Gyo, Uzumaki, and Tomie Warning: There *might* be spoilers ahead. Uzumaki Of the three Junji Ito special edition titles, Uzumaki is my absolute favorite. No, Uzumaki is not about our fave ninji from the Hidden Lead, but more about what that name means. The word "uzumaki" translates to "spiral." Yes, this manga … Continue reading What I’m Reading: “Gyo,” “Uzumaki,” and “Tomie” by Junji Ito [part 2]

What I’m Reading: “Gyo,” “Uzumaki,” and “Tomie” by Junji Ito [part 1]

The Junji Ito Special Edition Trio: Gyo, Uzumaki, and Tomie Warning: There *might* be spoilers ahead. Gyo Of the three, this was my least favorite. Gyo starts with this couple Tadashi and Kaori on vacation. They are staying in Tadashi's uncle's beach-side home enjoying the sea and sun. However, it isn't long before something goes awry. … Continue reading What I’m Reading: “Gyo,” “Uzumaki,” and “Tomie” by Junji Ito [part 1]