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  • ...what I do is for love, and I don't need to feel guilt when I don't meet others' wishes or expectations (or my own). I'm going to try to take this attitude for the next week and see how...
  • Wow, Roni Beth, your attitude reflects altitude! Good for you. This is an important lesson: not everyone will like our books. 
  • ...my own expense to get to a resolution. Although I would like to say that those few times when this happened did not create a bias and a change in attitude toward the author and the man...
  • Well-said, Cindy. And what a great attitude. I don't think it's Pollyanna at all. I think you're it's realistic and mature. From the moment I got a contract for my memoir with a small...
  • I'm writing every day, and can hardly wait to get to this point! I will happily adopt your positive attitude.
  • ...term indie because it describes exactly how I feel - free, independent and able to chart my own course. There is also the difference in industry attitude: indie's are open to sharing...
  • ...elance editor, cover artist, formatter and coach/pr firm. The reason I find this such a joyous experience is that we all have that 'indie artist' attitude that you have identified.  My...
  • ...na. There's a part of me that misses that music in southern speech and attitudes. In my novel, there is a cha...the music in through different word spellings. Instead, it was through attitude and sentence construction. I'...
  • Lots of good industry info, but as someone who is an events director at an independent bookstore I take a bit of issue with the attitude you assume we have toward events and book order...
  • Anne, I have read this before, but what strikes me today is your emphasis on courage. That is a virtue/attitude/gift which is essential. Yet the everyday challenges can interfere, if w...