10 Mistakes Authors Make That Can Cost A Fortune →
Interesting to see how someone feels being in the industry for years, as I’ve only just started none of these have effected me as of yet. When the marketing process begins properly I shall refer back to this article again.
Jody Hedlund - The Myths & Realities of Being a... →
Are Some Authors Beyond Editing? - Notes from a... →
I’m very much involved in the thing people seem to call ‘The Waiting Game’ at the moment in terms of publishing. I feel that phrase is trying to trick us, the use of the word ‘Game’ makes it sound fun. It isn’t fun. The final manuscript has been sent off, and now it’s up to the publishers what they do to/with it. After reading the post I’ve linked to...
This post from Bubble Cow says some of what my... →
The Digital Middle Man
For those that weren’t aware of this blog from the beginning, or could not be bothered to read the excessively long first post, you may not know my route to getting published is certainly not a conventional one. The conventional publishing process, I was always told, revolves around a series of fixed events and a whole load of luck: Write A Book, Edit, Send off manuscript to agents,...
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