Fairies, golems, wyverns, magical swords, talking furniture, flying cats, and evil sorceresses. The Girl Who Circumnavigated Fairyland In A Ship Of Her Own Making has all of these and more, critical elements of a soon-to-be childhood favorite that, I hope, will stand among the classics of the genre. 846 more words
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I should have posted this weeks ago, but I’m really, really behind on Feedly…and pretty much everything else in my life that isn’t work. Michael Tamblyn is the content manager for Kobo and this speech is their address, and case study of sorts, of Kobo’s crisis with their U.K. publishing. Good stuff.
As an aspiring author you have several options for how to get published. The two most popular are through a traditional publishing house and self-publishing. 572 more words