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sharon-a-geyer's picture
Aug.30.2013
Now that I have regained the full rights of my first novel, The Samson Option, I have submitted the file to Amazon.com to be sold as an ebook. I thought this day would never come. The long, twisted road that I had to take to get back my copyright is a story for another day. I will just say, that it...
michael-seidel's picture
Jan.04.2013
Ah, the writing day has become the publishing day.  I'm using over half of my writing time addressing my next weak area, publishing a book.  I've decided I'm keen to put my book into reader's hands.  So I'm exploring and learning. I've come across several interesting items about it...
raissa-falgui's picture
Nov.20.2012
My digital publisher's accountant recently emailed me a report of the sales of my ebook, saying, "Should you have any questions, feel free to email me." Well, as it happens, I had quite a few questions but ones that were too embarrassing to email her about. The first was those scary currency codes...
sarah-cotchaleovitch's picture
Nov.16.2012
  It's like being the unpopular girl for so long that when any old popular guy shows a bit of interest, you immediately latch onto him and proudly proclaim him your boyfriend, ignoring little things such as barely knowing or having anything in common with him. What's like that? you ask....
michael-seidel's picture
Oct.19.2012
Almost 3 PM.  Just stopped the work day to walk to The Beanery and begin the writing day, part deux.   Feeling spent after writing this morning and then working, with just a few breaks.  I had great hopes for work that I would get more accomplished but numerous interruptions slowed...
raissa-falgui's picture
Sep.14.2012
During my young adult creative writing class, I decided to finally write the book that I had been waiting 12 years to write. When I was finishing my undergraduate degree in art studies, I did extensive research on an obscure topic, nineteenth century women artists in the Philippines. With its...
dale-estey's picture
Jul.19.2012
This might be the turning point which is positive for everyone. The traditional (and huge) Penguin Publishing Empire (actually Pearson) has enveloped a self-publishing site into its corporate bosom. I hope this will be the beginning of the trend to have some sort of gate-keeper looking after self-...
dale-estey's picture
Jun.08.2012
There are many positive things to say about eReaders and eBooks. There are many negative things to say about ePublishing. I do prefer gatekeepers and I do see a fall in standards. I am concerned that, if a novice is confronted with an array of mediocrity, then the less-mediocre...
r-n-morris's picture
Apr.23.2012
Thirst eDition Fiction is a new e-publishing venture that launches today April 23, with the release of three titles: A Proper Job by Ian Hocking, Dragonchaser by Tim Stretton and Mean, Mode, Median by Aliya Whiteley. Future titles include Basic Theology for Fallen Women by Frances Garrood and a re-...
terry-odell's picture
Apr.23.2012
I'm writing this shortly after walking in the door from the Pikes Peak Writers Conference. It, like all conferences, was exhausting, but in a good way. I'll be recapping the highlights. And, apologies in advance, but Blogger has had an issue with posts going up when they're scheduled in...