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cheryl-l-snell's picture
Feb.26.2011
Five of my books were published by traditional publishers. When the last one gave up the ghost a month after releasing my book, I decided to reissue it under my own imprint. Since then, I've put out more work, most recently a suite of linked short stories. The idea for that came with a package of...
michele-scott's picture
Feb.10.2011
OK--I am so going to go on a rant here because I am tired of being the "nice" writer. Well, actually I like being the nice writer as far as my readers go but as far as traditional big house publishing goes, I am done being nice. I am so going the Konrath route. I actually started going...
dianne-sharma-winter's picture
Jan.22.2011
I have been getting my teeth in a tangle whilst taking the first teetering baby step towards my Literary Domination of the World. I want to set a new genre for women travel writers. One where we dare to venture where no woman has ventured before and keep away from safe paths and society...
dianne-sharma-winter's picture
Jan.22.2011
I have been getting my teeth in a tangle whilst taking the first teetering baby step towards my Literary Domination of the World. I want to set a new genre for women travel writers. One where we dare to venture where no woman has ventured before and keep away from safe paths and society...
dianne-sharma-winter's picture
Jan.22.2011
I have been getting my teeth in a tangle whilst taking the first teetering baby step towards my Literary Domination of the World. I want to set a new genre for women travel writers. One where we dare to venture where no woman has ventured before and keep away from safe paths and society...
thomas-burchfield's picture
Jan.04.2011
( A version of this essay, with exciting action photo, can be read at my web page, A Curious Man.)  Lately, I’ve been writing about the challenges awaiting writers in the new world of independent publishing. An enormous number of avenues have opened up for writers otherwise frustrated with...
thomas-burchfield's picture
Dec.17.2010
A version of this piece--with a nice photo--can be read at my webpage, A Curious Man   (Second in a series) Like I wrote here a few days ago, I’m busy. My proofread of Dragon’s Ark speeds along now, without crashes. After I print out the Adobe file for hardcopy proofreading, I close the...
thomas-burchfield's picture
Dec.14.2010
(A version of this with photos can be found over at my Blogger page.)   I’m busy these days. Busy getting my novel Dragon’s Ark ready for its publication date of March 15, 2011. I’m proofing the final manuscript version in my Adobe program, which, I am only now learning, crashes a lot—...
thomas-burchfield's picture
Dec.10.2010
 A version of this essay, with photos, can be found at my official web page, A Curious Man.   “Come, Watson, come! The game is afoot!” Sir Arthur Conan Doyle “The Adventure of the Abbey Grange” My wife’s smoke-sweet voice sings through the door ahead of her one cold mid-November night: “...
thomas-burchfield's picture
Dec.10.2010
 A version of this essay, with photos, can be found at my official web page, A Curious Man.   “Come, Watson, come! The game is afoot!” Sir Arthur Conan Doyle “The Adventure of the Abbey Grange” My wife’s smoke-sweet voice sings through the door ahead of her one cold mid-November night: “...