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Tag: Indie vs Traditional publishing

Things I Wish I Knew Before I Published: Part I

by Lynette M. Burrows

I am an independent author-publisher. I love what I do. But there are things I wish I knew before I published. 

Things I Wish I Knew Before I published is illustrated by a photo looking down on a a man's hands on a typewriter's keys

I spent years learning how to write a story. Having listened to more than a few science fiction authors, I knew more than the average person about the book publishing industry.… Read the post

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Time for a Second Edition

by John Peragine


So, you’ve written your novel, it’s selling, and the reviews are in. They are mostly positive, but a few consistent critiques may be keeping you up at night. You read back through your book, and you notice minor errors here and there, and that only increases your anxiety.… Read the post

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Publishing: A Decade in Review

Kathryn Craft
Turning Whine Into Gold

The economic crash in 2008 changed how business was conducted in the United States. In book publishing, as the era of the blockbuster gave way to niche marketing, some of the lines previously delineating warring factions grew blurry.… Read the post

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Publishing Perils – Making the Choice, Part 5

Writers in the Storm welcomes Susan Spann, contributing guest for Part 5 of her Publishing Decisions series. If you missed Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, or Part 4 and would like to read that blog, just click on the one you missed.… Read the post

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The Old Gray RWA Conference Ain't What She Used To Be

By Sharla Rae

Just my opinion but The old gray RWA Conference ain’t what she used to be. And I hope she keeps up the good work!

At first glance the 2012 RWA Conference may look pretty much as it has in the past.… Read the post

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