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  • You are SO right, Jennifer! The writing must take priority over all else. Marketing and public reaction are secondary and unpredictable beasts. Jennifer Storm said:Ju...
  • Hi Katherine, I did the opposite, starting in adult historical fiction and moving to YA. I've been more successful so far with the YA, which is gratifying, since I wa...
  • Welcome, Ginger. I hope you're enjoying flash fiction. I, too, write longer work (a novel is being circulated by my agent). Flash is a perfect antidote to feeling unde...

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    Are You Ready to Become an ‘Authorpreneur’in the New Year? A new year, new projects to complete and just maybe one of your new projects is publishing your own books...
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    When authors wonder who will read their book, a good place to start the "wandering" is in front of their own bookshelf! When I gave some thought to this, I wrote an ar...

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  • Yeeeees, thank you for sharing! You state things so clearly that I can really nod too,...t my instincts as a paid writer (which have been set to "panic and desperation mode" for a few months) have been...
  • Since my novel came out (The Night Counter, Three Rivers Press 2010), it has gotten ve...on't love to hear themselves talk, putting them into a weird split personality mode. As an example of the marketi...
  • Great article! Random House is perfectly aware that Percy's name has no place in the title. If we were to follow their logic, then every single book should have the na...