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I wrote up a literary query letter for SKELETONS IN THE ATTIC. My editor glanced over it and approved it. I know I haven't updated the story here on WDC in months, but the first book is polished and saved on my computer.
Is there a market for LGBT historical/ supernatural fiction? I stopped uploading my story to this site. I've been working on it in Google docs.
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While I can't say for sure, I can say that the more niche you get, the smaller your potential audience. I'm guessing there are people who don't like to read historical fiction. I know there are people who don't like to read LGBT or supernatural fiction. But with diligent marketing, you can sell just about anything. It's just that some things are harder to sell than others. *Wink* Finding the audience will probably be the hardest part. But also, since it's so niche, if it's well-written, those who love all those genres will probably be thrilled to see them combined. *Smile*

Good luck!
Speaking for myself: Hell, yeah! *Bigsmile* I'd love it.
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I'm looking for a beta reader for the first part of my new Southern Gothic, historical fiction novel. I can't seem to find the correct group to submit my story for review. Does anyone have any suggestions?
My editor is currently overseas until July. If anyone wants to read and review my story until July, send me a message. Historical Fiction, Southern Gothic
My story, Skeletons in the Attic is a retelling of the Biblical Story of Joseph being betrayed by his brothers. My story takes place from the end of the Civil War to 1966. Tonight I finished writing a chapter and became incredibly emotional over two of my characters. Anyone else have that happen to them?
Nineteen years ago, a bored Katrina Miller sat in her library aide class at Van Alstyne High School and created a WDC account (Back then it was Stories.com). Over the years, I've met, and lost contact with many great people from this site. I took a break, but came back. Thanks to the awesome feedback, I'm currently writing my third book, and looking for an agent.
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I took about a three year absence to research the town of Sherman, Texas for my newest book, Skeletons in the Attic. Only a handful of people know about this story. I'm really excited to be sharing this story on WDC. As you read it, the story will twist and turn. It's not going to end like you think it will.
COOL! It sounds exciting and I love the name! *Heart*
Thanks! I'm slowly uploading the story to wdc.
I've added a new item to my portfolio:
 Skeletons in the Attic  (E)
My newest book about four children adopted off the Orphan Train.
To whomever purchased me an upgraded membership... wow! Thank you! I'll be posting my new story soon for feedback.
I apologize for my absence.
It's flooding in North Texas! Staying home to put finishing touches on my book.
I love this time of year! I get to sync my Halloween playlist onto my Ipod, write under a tree in a cemetery (maybe just me), pumpkin flavored everything, and the costumes! Love it!
The local newspaper printed an article I wrote. I'm so excited!
http://vanalstyneleader.com/sections/news/author-uncovers-truth-decades-old-fami...
That's great Katrina! Congrats. The first article is so exciting. Hope the book's coming along.
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I am excited for you Katrina I didn't forget about you sweetheart Love Marcia
I've just edited an item in my portfolio:
 IN SEARCH OF FRANK MILLER (Chapter 1.)   (13+)
Frank's dad tells his son to get a job within a week, or there will be consequences.-1926
I've just edited an item in my portfolio:
 IN SEARCH OF FRANK MILLER (Prologue I)   (13+)
A ghost tells the story of his murder.
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