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Kalyn Josephson - Perservering for a book you belive in.
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Kalyn and I talk about the journey her debut novel, The Storm Crow, took through editors, contests, mentors, agents and then editors again and how you find the strength to persevere. There is also some talk of cats and manatees.
Look for her debut novel The Storm Crow comes out from SourcebooksFire July 2019.
In a composition notebook and on scratch paper
Printed out copy and a red pen
Found using #CPMatch on Twitter The Guillotine Queens (both an awesome and terrifying name)
GoogleDocs to share manuscripts, queries, and important emails for critiques
Slack for day to day communication
Kalyn is a mentor for Author Mentor Match.
Caraval by Stephanie Garber
Legendary by Stephanie Garber
The books of the other Guillotine Queens