Okay, I’m going to start off by saying this morning’s post is late because WP decided, much like FB, to “improve” things. That meant changing
It’s happened before, of course. Three-quarters of the way into a book, it suddenly appears to me as a huge, lifeless pile of words. The
One of the most frequent comments you’ll hear when you ask someone why they want to sign a traditional publishing contract has to do with
Wow, the New Year has gotten off with a bang — or, perhaps more accurately, the sound of air slowly leaking out of a balloon.
When I went to bed last night, I knew exactly (kind of, sort of) what I was going to write about this morning. It was
Recently, I’ve seen a spate of articles and comments on various social media sites extolling the necessity of being traditionally published before you venture into