I’ve been extremely fortunate to have had the
My publisher's editor left or was fired in the middle of editing my book, Write In Style. Even though I am an editor, no one can edit his or her own work.
My novel, STARVING HEARTS was accepted by Robert Reed back in 2000. He did and still does vanity publishing but because he liked my writing and liked ME (don't fool yourself, people, it
Lordy! There were missteps galore with my first book How To Be A Party Girl, beginning with the title. Misstep?
RR: "What was a misstep that you (or your publisher) made with publishing your first book--and how would you do things differently?"
I love the concept of everyone blogging on the same topic at the same time -- and I'm very much looking forward to learning what I can from other people's mishaps in the publications of their first
The big mistake with my first book was writing it. Forty years later it is still in contention for the Worst Book Ever Published award.
My first book of original epigrams, I Thought So, is lacking an index. The epigrams are arranged in chapters -- Manners, Attitude, Life, Death, etc.
[First of all, I’m really excited about the new Red Room-wide blog topics we’ll be ann
It was the early 1980s. I was young and hungry and vulnerable and putting myself through six years of university without financial help beyond that which I could do for myself. It was the secon
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