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Writing in Public: Year 2, Month 3, Day 11

Year 2, Month 3, Day 11 of this Writing in Public challenge. Day twelve of writing the novel The Edwards Mansion: A Thunder Mountain Novel. A day of strange things. Up around 1 p.m. and did some e-mail before heading off … Continue reading

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Writing in Public: Year 2, Month 3, Day 4

Year 2, Month 3, Day 4 of this Writing in Public challenge. Day off of writing the novel The Edwards Mansion: A Thunder Mountain Novel. Up early, worked on some stuff around the house, then headed off to the store around … Continue reading

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Money Always Flows to the Writer

On John Scalzi’s blog there was a great discussion on Yog’s Law (coined by Jim McDonald a very long time ago), which is basically “Money Always Flows to the Writer.” And how indie publishing has not changed that law. Writers … Continue reading

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Great Deal on Books From Anderson, Sanderson, Resnick, McCaffrey, and Rusch

Folks, you DO NOT want to miss this bundle if you are a science fiction fan.  Stunning group of novels put together. Also, Jay Lake has one of his last projects in this bundle and the sales of the bundle … Continue reading

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Great Article About Being a Writer

Maybe one of the best articles I have read in years about being a writer was written just recently by professional writer Scott William Carter. If you really, really want the best single advice about how to be a writer, … Continue reading

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Joe Konrath Great New Post

Folks, for those of you thinking of indie publishing, or doing it, or following writers who are doing it, this new post by Joe is great. I agree all the way down the list, which is unusual for me and … Continue reading

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A Fantastic Holiday Season Now Out

A long time ago, in a land now far, far away, a bunch of professional writers used to get together and have Christmas dinner every year and write stories to read to each other after dinner. One of those young … Continue reading

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Read This!!

This one post from David Gaughran might save some of you huge amounts of money and maybe even your career. Everything he is talking about applies here and in GB. Go read it. http://davidgaughran.wordpress.com/2013/10/11/bloomsbury-seeks-deal-with-author-solutions/ And if you don’t believe him, … Continue reading

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Cool Book Deals

Lots of stuff going on this holiday week, with free or very cheap fiction.  And all of it good. So let me give you some idea. On WMG Publishing’s weekly podcast, Kris reads her story “Elvis at the White House.” … Continue reading

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New WMG Publishing Podcast Series Starting With My Story

It’s great fun to announce that WMG Publishing has started a weekly fiction podcast. And a story I wrote for Fiction River: How to Save the World is the lead-off story for the weekly podcast. And it’s free. I read … Continue reading

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