Monthly Archives: March 2010

Killing the Sacred Cows of Publishing: Follow the Rules to Get Published.

Yup, the myth is that following rules will really help you get published or stay published. Actually, following rules might actually stop you in this current world. Also let me start this by flat out by saying that editors and … Continue reading

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Killing the Sacred Cows of Publishing. Your Agent Sells Your Book Overseas

I hear over and over and over again how a writer must have an agent to sell books overseas. I even used it as one of the reasons in an earlier post about why a writer might want to have … Continue reading

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Taking Risks

I’ve been trying to get writers to act in a business-like fashion with agents and other aspects of publishing. And to do so takes overcoming fear at times. It means taking risks. My wife, Kristine Kathryn Rusch, is doing a … Continue reading

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Killing the Sacred Cows of Publishing: Agents Take Care Of Your Money

Would you e-mail a perfect stranger and offer to give them control over your money? Sound like an internet scam? Sure it does, yet this is what fiction writers do all the time. I have touched on this in a … Continue reading

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