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To Publish or Languish, That is the Question

To Publish or Languish, That is the Question by Marcus A. Nannini To publish or languish is something most authors find themselves dealing with at some point. Especially if it is an author’s first complete manuscript. The author with no … Continue reading

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Little by Little, Piece by Piece

Little by Little, Piece by Piece by Patricia Grady Cox I am pleased to announce the following technological advances I made in 2018 that are helping me with my marketing: (1) I set up two mailing lists with MailChimp, one … Continue reading

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Longshot: Jim Butcher’s Road to Publishing

Longshot: Jim Butcher’s Road to Publishing by Ellen Buikema Jim Butcher, author of the Dresden Files series, the Codex Alera series, and the new Cinder Spires series, is one of my favorite authors. I enjoy his humor, character development, and … Continue reading

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And Then Along Came . . . Skype?!

And Then Along Came . . . Skype?! by Lewis Hellyer I remember a popular song that referenced a silent movie called The Perils of Pauline. The damsel in distress was tied to a railroad track … and then “Along … Continue reading

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