Some links and a few thoughts

Sorry, guys, but the brain isn't working this morning.┬áSo instead of a regular post, I'm going to toss out some links and a few thoughts. Each of the links are important, in my opinion, because they represent some of the issues we're facing as writers. I'm very interested in hearing what you think about the... Continue Reading →

More than one game in town.

Good morning, all. I hope everyone here in the States had a safe and wonderful Memorial Day Weekend. It has always been an important weekend in my family. There hasn't been a generation, going back more than 250 years, when there hasn't been at least one member in the military. On my mother's side of... Continue Reading →

Of Apple and Amazon and e-book sales

Sitting here this morning, wondering why I dreamed about having to bug-out because of an invasion of man-eating spiders (which, btw, are a lot worse than zombies because spiders can hide in much smaller places), I scanned the publishing news for the last few days and found myself wondering if we've stepped back in time.... Continue Reading →

It’s Sunday morning and . . .

I overslept. And, before everyone thinks I've gone and committed coup here at MGC, I haven't. It's just that with LibertyCon this weekend, Sarah and I forgot to arrange for someone to guest blog. So, instead of having a dead day, here I am, trying desperately to figure out something to blog about. In the... Continue Reading →

More from the publishing funhouse

Ah, publishing. The one industry where there's never a dull moment. Between federal lawsuits against legacy publishers for price fixing to the feud between literary authors and genre writers to the battle to save bookstores even as e-books continue to gain popularity, publishing can be like the best -- or worst -- roller coaster you've... Continue Reading →

Tuesday morning publishing news

Yesterday, I had that oh-so-wonderful experience of having to take my car in for repairs. That meant I spent several hours in the waiting room while they checked it out before coming to tell me just how much lighter my wallet was going to be. That gave me time to do two things: people watch... Continue Reading →

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