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Self Publishing, Is it better to self publish

Publishing – Three Reasons You Should/Should Not Self-Pub

Tens of thousands jump on the self-publishing bandwagon. Why shouldn’t you? Or maybe the question is why should you? There are roughly between 600,000 to 1,000,000 BOOKS PUBLISHED each year in the United States. These include BOOKS from the big five

The Four Reasons You Are Not Published

There are a lot of writers who proudly declare that they are House-Right-Brained, the side of the brain that is associated with creativity. Since those people who are business oriented, logical thinkers consider themselves to be House-Left-Brained, the artsy bunch proudly

Sherlock Holmes Saves Mars

Arthur Conan Doyle published his first Sherlock Holmes story, A Study in Scarlet in 1887. His last, The Case-Book of Sherlock Holmes, was a collection of short stories published from 1921-1927. Now, as decided by the Supreme Court on June 16,

The Care and Feeding of Writers

Having a writer in your family is a blessing and a curse. The awesome part is that not only can they write the most wonderful excuse notes in the history of the world; they are smart, funny, and a constant source
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How Not to Screw Up Social Media – A Blog by Julie Butcher

How Not to Screw Up Social Media - I can guarantee that you won’t sell a single book with random quotes from your manuscript. In fact, since we have no idea where/who/what is going on, we probably won’t buy it at