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  • This is very nicely done. I think what's most interesting is the notion of success. Sure the vast majority will never see huge success, there is certainly (especially...
  • So totally TOTALLY Fucking true! And I say this as a happily married woman who waited till I was 30 to get married and still got a manipulative dud. And 14 more y ears...
  • Not sure I see the difference between hybrid and subsidy publishing, however for any author looking to publish who does not want to handle 'it all', I would certainly...
  • I carry change in my pocket whenever I'm in a city, and put money in parking meters when they are about to run out. Unfortunately I think they are on to me since they'...
  • Thanks, Piper and Karen, for sharing what you do to get OUT of the writing state of mind. I like going out to dinner with friends. Some of us get together about once a...
  • Well, while that certainly looks like a fun bunch of guys, I'm not applying for a membership card to that club anytime soon. "The Best American (fill in the blank)" is...
  • For some reason, when I was a hairstylist I would go up to a complete stranger, remark on their split ends and hand them a business card. Now, when someone asks me wha...
  • Congratulations and best wishes on your new book!  My curriculum book, Teaching Technology Through Interest Projects, was recently published and I couldn't believe the...
  • Martin, yes, price point is a big dilemma, and self-publishing does pose a dilemma. You're trying to make a profit, and compete. But you can't be publishing at a loss....
  • Say, Brooke, can I work for you? This is the first I've heard of being paid to provide a sample -- sure I'd do a lengthy one if I were paid for it! I don't know of oth...