Tag Archives | indie publishing

Otherwhere: Phew!

What a great weekend.  Debbie and I did our publishing workshop with a terrific group of writers and on Sunday I met with my cousin and his wife to discuss fun projects.  And today, Monday, I’ve heard from my agent that the rewrite I submitted last week is off to the editor and long-lost students […]

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Guest Post: One Would Think

Please welcome my friend, Kayla Dawn Thomas to the blog today.  She is the author of Swept Up, and the newly released (today!) Narrow Miss.  I love her thoughts on publishing the second time around and I know you will, too! One Would Think      by Kayla Dawn Thomas One would think that by […]

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Freelance Writing, A New Publishing Model, and Haiku (Or, What I Learned in Nashville)

Yesterday I wrote a post about my adventures in Nashville.  Today, I'm writing about what you really want to know more on, some of the writing activities I partook of.  Wait, that's a poorly constructed sentence, with that dangling participle.  Today, I'm writing about the writing activities about which you want to learn more.  Technically […]

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5 Tips To Getting Published

  The advanced proof of my novel! So, as most of you know, my novel, Emma Jean's Bad Behavior, debuts on February 12th.   The road to getting published was long.  Veeeeerrrrry long.  And I learned a few things along the way, like what it takes to get a book out into the world.  So […]

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