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Read Your Book Out Loud

Below is an excellent interview with author,  Kim Wright from
Chuck Sambuchino's Guide to Literary Agents
.

Be sure to check out Kim's Blog.

The Value of Reading Your Book Aloud
At long last your book is finished. It’s been revised and revamped, you’ve sought the best feedback you can find, and the manuscript has been polished and edited within an inch of its life. May I suggest one more step before you go out looking for an agent or a market? Read the whole book … out loud. You’re probably thinking “That will take forever.”  It will, and that’s the point. 



Kim Wright's debut novel Love in Mid Air (March 2010)
received a starred review from Publishers Weekly.
Kim has been writing about travel, food, and wine
for more than 25 years and is a two-time recipient
of the Lowell Thomas Award for Travel Writing.


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