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  • I completed the 50,000 word goal of NaNoWriMo this year!  Now I'm in the 'tweaking' mode before submitting my 'Baby' t...
  • I think self-publishing in non-fiction for a niche market can make a lot of sense. But self-publishing a novel is much more challenging for the reasons Sarah and Debor...
  • Hello Stacy; Epublishing is an option, but it would have to be after I've made some serious sales in print. My sister has gone the epublishing route and her royalties...

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  • I do like having a physical book in my hands. I like the smell of books, and the feel of the paper. I remember the first day of school each year -- one of my get-start...
  • Cool, yes the UK is a great secular market that I haven't actively pursued yet.  Thanks for the suggestion and best of luck on your book!
  • I am in the process of putting together a guided-writing journal series. Would SWP be willing to look at something like that?  Would SWP be attending the big bookfairs...