Tag Archives: traditional publishing

Revisiting thoughts from the past…

This has been a tough week, for meeting editing commitments and dealing¬†with the loss of a beloved brother. So, rather than let the week go by without a post, I’m doing a remake of one I first cranked out five … Continue reading

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Make Me Rich, Or Famous, Or Something

That wonderful day arrives–you’ve finished your first book. Your excitement level has reached a new high, and you can’t wait to revel in your success. Fame and fortune can only be moments away–nanoseconds in the fullness of time. You’re on … Continue reading

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How much is enough?

Writers can be very competitive folk, especially when it comes to the topic of production. Like people in any other profession, some writers exaggerate while others are painfully honest. I know several who claim to churn out amazing quantities of … Continue reading

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