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  • Hi everyone.  I'm new here, but Sara and I have been internet wr...project, "Untold Stories" is, I think, a more promising "tradit...new chapter of my life, and so am not in heavy literary mode these days, but I look forwar...
  • Posting this for Cece so it's in introductions:  Hi everyone. ...project, "Untold Stories" is, I think, a more promising "tradit...new chapter of my life, and so am not in heavy literary mode these days, but I look forwar...
  • You must have been reading my mind. I've had discussions lately with some fellow authors about ePublishing. Both my adult books are available in Kindle editions, but I...

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  • Terrific post Victoria. Having gone the mainstream route with three traditional publishers, had an agent who messed up deals I'd cultivated myself, I'm now going the s...
  • Thanks Regina, I appreciate the feedback. I think it is really important to help other parents who struggle with re evaluating their traditional parenting style to understand that you can make up you own norms.
  • Author-published books hampered by grammatical errors give self-publishers a bad name. Sloppy production is one reason some traditional publishers refuse to consider later works. If you have great ideas but are poor at execution, hire an editor--she needs the work.