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Are ebooks here to stay?

Originally posted on Jean's Writing:
I think ebooks are here to stay and one day self published ebooks will be available everywhere. A while back I blogged about Self-e library service. [Post] As a followup I’m reblogging a post from Jane Friedman by Porter Anderson A Conversation With the SELF-e Team: Exploring Payment for Authors on July 14, 2015…

Coffee with Barb & Teagan — Memorable Southern Characters

Originally posted on Teagan's Books:
Originally posted at “Barb Taub — Writing & Coffee. Especially Coffee.” (If you’re looking for the serial, “Copper, the Alchemist, & the Woman in Trousers” go back one post) In my “real job” outreach is a buzzword.  I see my blog as a great outreach effort. Through this blog I’ve met…

Women’s Health Week – The Importance of Friends by author Olga Núñez Miret

Originally posted on Smorgasbord Blog Magazine:
I am very grateful to Olga for taking time out this week to contribute this article on The Importance of Friends.  And congratulations on the release of her third book in the trilogy Angelic Business this Thursday. The Importance of Friends by author Olga Núñez Miret Thanks so much…

Personal Hugging Intervention

Originally posted on Jo Robinson:
I’ve got lots of catching up to do with everyone and comments, so pardon me zooming around and popping up around and about – I seldom do things linearly. I’ve had a most peculiar couple of weeks. Peculiar indeed. Amazingly enough I’m still in one piece, and have high hopes…

The Most Effective Solution for Blogging Crises

Originally posted on Reflections:
“No problem,” explained the blogger who accidentally spilled coffee on her computer. “Not a big deal,” offered the blogger whose needed laptop was not accessible. “Not a concern,” expressed the blogger who had no access to a computer. “Not an issue,” maintained the blogger whose flashdrive was missing. “No sweat,” uttered the…

Indie Or Traditional, That Is The Question

Originally posted on Have We Had Help?:
Ok so you’ve finally decided to pluck up the courage of your convictions to make your passion for writing a fulltime career. Before you even begin, the one question you have to seriously take into consideration is this. Do you become an independent author, or do you try…



Originally posted on P.C. ZICK:
Tales To Count On by S.R. Mallery, a unique collection of short stories, contains a variety of genres, including historical, Gothic, and fantasy. They are organized by word count, which the author says often determines the story when written under the constraints of submission guidelines. Interesting concept that developed into a full-blown eclectic combination of…

Ladies & Gentlemen, Meet…Geoff Le Pard

Why I Try Not To Take My Writing Too Seriously

Originally posted on Creative Writing with the Crimson League:
There is SO much that goes into trying to make a career as an author. In my case,  which I doubt is unique, there’s: Blogging and promoting my blog Deciding whether I want to seek an agent or continue to self-publish I think I want to find an…

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