Archive of publishing

Self-Publishing, Fan Fiction, eBooks in General

on May 22nd, 2013 in Blog Post by | 6 Comments

The other day, we narrowly averted a self-publishing kerfuffle on this blog. Today, the news has broken that Amazon.com and Warner Brothers have created a platform called “KINDLE WORLDS” for WB related fan-fiction to flourish. And be monetized. Here’s the press release. Honestly, I’m not surprised. Check it out. The…

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Why I Write

on May 17th, 2013 in Blog Post by | 2 Comments

This originally appeared on my old blog, The Bastardized Version. Recently, especially after yesterday’s post where we narrowly averted a self-publishing kerfuffle, I’ve been thinking about why artists keep striving despite the odds and I went back to read it. And, I must say, I was actually moved by something…

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The Benefits of Being Unpublished

on May 16th, 2013 in Blog Post by | 23 Comments

File this post under: FANTASY. And, per comments, TRADITIONAL PUBLISHING So, going by the title of this post, I can say right away that if you’re still unpublished you probably have a dayjob and there’s a good possibility that you have health benefits. So you got that going for you…

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Writing Day – A Short Film

on December 12th, 2011 in Blog Post by | 1 Comment

I had a great weekend, enjoyed working on my book, communing with nature, listening to geese babble, watching the lake. I’m thankful I’m working with professionals.  

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Interview Round-Up

on October 1st, 2011 in Blog Post by | No Comments

Yesterday, I appeared on AUTHOR Magazine in an audio interview with Brian Mercer. In the interview, I talk about writing, what does and doesn’t work for me as a writer, how I landed my agent, Stacia Decker, my process, my philosophy, and a lot of other writerly stuff. It’s hard…

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