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  • Last reply by Susan Barrett Price
    This is a growing area (with challenges, to be sure) so I'm starting a new thread. I'm bringing out a book POD (my blog is: http://litadventuresinpod.blogspot.com) whi...
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  • I tried working the dual screen angle, but would find myself revising the original I was supposed to leave untouched because I'd forget to switch back and forth. I hav...
  • I start every fiction with a character who is either described doing something (third person) or saying/thinking something. Sometimes but not always, the character is...

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  • I listened to it on tape and really enjoyed it. I use audio books for thillers. They keep me busy while I clean my apartment. There is something about the book that is really compelling. I think the publicity machine persuades readers to give a book a chance, but publicity can't make you like it.
  • Wow. Yeah, I mean, really. Why would we really need to "read" a book, anyway? Just look at the cover and make stuff up.  I'm all for self-publishing. Some books are di...
  • Love this question! I have quite a stack-subjects ranging from farmers to cheesemakers. Also, just picked up beautiful fiction (The Blind Contessa’s New Machine) remi...