A Flash Interview with New Lighthouse Instructor Angie Hodapp

I met Angie Hodapp at Denver Comic Con this past May and she really knows her stuff! Great advice and great reading picks 😉

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I first met Angie Hodapp at her Query Letter Bootcamp workshop at Lighthouse last spring. I learned that she works at Nelson Literary Agency—and that I knew far less about the publication side of novel writing than I ever could have dreamed. Notice the past tense, knew, because after taking her enlightening, hearty, and well-organized workshop, I know far more. I know the formula for a successful query letter, the importance of preparing your elevator pitch, where to find pub tips, the difference between genres from a publishing perspective, and where to submit my novel (when it’s finished) for publication. All from a four-week workshop. Every serious writer should know these things! Which is why we’re happy to bring back Angie Hodapp this September for two workshops: Query Letter Bootcamp, and Writing for the Web—Crafting Content that Sells. Learn more about Angie in the interview that…

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DelSheree Gladden was one of those shy, quiet kids who spent more time reading than talking. Literally. She didn’t speak a single word for the first three months of preschool, but she already had a love for reading. Her fascination with reading led to many hours spent in the library and bookstores, and eventually to writing. She wrote her first novel when she was sixteen years old, but spent ten years rewriting it before having it published. Native to New Mexico, DelSheree and her husband spent several years in Colorado for college and work before moving back home to be near family again. Their two children love having their cousins close by. When not writing, you can find DelSheree reading, painting, sewing, running, and adventuring with her family. Find out more about DelSheree and her books here: https://delshereegladden.com/

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