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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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Are You a Fanatical Reviser?

Are You a Fanatical Reviser? by Beth Kozan Often as I drive around town, I listen to NPR on my car radio. During a recent episode of “All Things Considered,” I caught an interview with Thomas McGuane, a Montana author, … Continue reading

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A Journey from “The End” to the Beginning

A Journey from “The End” to the Beginning by Brenda Whiteside   There’s a fine line between confidence and abject insecurity. For an author, the abject insecurity can sneak up at any time and stall you, or at least convince … Continue reading

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