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Read the Books FAQ page 1st.
If you're asking when her next
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We know you know this but just so
we're on the same page,
please do NOT:
Ask Pat to read your novel, short story, first
chapter, idea, etc.
Ask for cover quotes. You may go through
channels to solicit such through her agent, Ms. Lucienne Diver, at Knight Literary Agency.
Send your story ideas for books;
Send her ANY fanfic or links to fanfic.
The Quincey Morris novel is not Dracula fanfic. Please check Wikipedia
for info on PUBLIC DOMAIN. The novel is in the public domain, meaning anyone can write a Dracula story. To
judge by all the titles out there, everyone HAS!
If you want to know about writing,
go to the 808 section of your local library
and read it. She did!
Or visit: www.sfwa.org/writing/
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but all e-letters will get a reply providing
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Pat is convention-friendly!
If you would like her to be a guest at your con,
just let her know, and she might be able to fit it in!
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