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Itch Got A Glitch

Itch was supposed to be published by now. Whether that meant clicking the magical button on Amazon KDP, or getting an offer of representation from an agent, I was supposed to have finished ‘Itch’ and be ready to launch it … Continue reading

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What Kirkus Said

Woke up this evening after a long nap, powered up my laptop and prepared to launch into an evening with ‘Itch’. Decided to cruise by my inbox – not usually a good idea before writing, as I often never get … Continue reading

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The Literary/Popular Divide

Has a romance novelist ever won a Pulitzer/Nobel Prize for literature? Any YA writers in possession of a MacArthur Genius Grant? A Guggenheim? These prizes are supposed to indicate great achievement in creating literary works of distinction, so why aren’t too many … Continue reading

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More from Konrath

I’ve already mentioned how much I like JA Konrath’s blog advice. His blog is a treasure trove of self-publishing info. from him and selected guest bloggers. Here’s more that I found this morning and wanted to share: A Newbie\’s Guide to … Continue reading

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Is traditional publishing headed for obsolescence?

Just read a really inspiring article in the May, 2013 issue of Writer’s Digest, about an author who self-published . It got me thinking about the recent successes of many authors who self-published on Amazon or other ebook platform. Once upon … Continue reading

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