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The Business of Writing

This has been a troublesome year as far as my profitability goes (I am a past master at understating the obvious). First, I spent way too much of my savings on setting up an E-Commerce page on a new web … Continue reading

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A Brief and To-The-Point Note from My Narrator/Producer

Neill D. Hicks, the man who narrated and produced the audiobook versions of “The Big Bend” and “Hog Valley”, sent me the following to post for you: A Note From the Narrator Transformational Products Gary and I have been producing … Continue reading

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Comments to a reader on Kristen Lamb’s new blog post

One of my readers, Cindy, who is also a new friend, sent me an email about Kristen Lamb’s recent post (titled “Five Mistakes KILLING Self-Published Authors” ) this morning, and asked if I agree with what she had to say. Here’s … Continue reading

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Work your fingers to the bone, and what do you get?

  Boney fingers, of course. I do admire Jethro Tull. What a great American Philosopher (for a British Band, of course). So that’s what I’ve been doing, lately, and why I have not posted recently. Very busy in a non-profitable … Continue reading

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Way too hot and way too tired

But nobody cares, since most everyone else is in the same boat, except, of course, for folks who work in air conditioned offices. I used to, and at the time I had no pity in my heart for all those … Continue reading

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The Advantages and Disadvantages of Self Publishing

  I’ve posted entries to this blog on traditional publishing vs. self publishing before. Here I want to concentrate on what you can expect once you do decide to self publish you work. “A man who works for himself has … Continue reading

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