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Back in 2005, I had this manuscript I’d been carrying around for a few years. I’d been adding to it, poking at it. I’d done a half-hearted job of sending out queries — mostly because my boys were small, and I was chicken. 444 more words

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How to Tell Which Self-Publishing Company is Right For You

The following is an update of a post I wrote for Joel Friedlander’s ever-helpful blog at TheBookDesigner.com.

On the path to self-publishing, your first decision will be whether to: 1,291 more words

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Sheila reblogged this on COW PASTURE CHRONICLES and commented:

I'm not ready to make a decision on who or how to publish my novel. However, years ago while looking at publishing a picture book, I investigated some of the SPSCs, including Author House. This information is the kind you want to save, even if you're not quite ready for publication. Thanks to A Writer's Path for sharing this valuable guest post by Helen Sedwick.

#664 - Gollywood Here I Come! by Terry John Barto & Mattia Cerato

Gollywood Here I Come!
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written by Terry John Barto
illustrated by Mattia Cerato
Author House       8/14/2014
978-1-4969-3509-0
30 pages        Age 4 – 8
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What's coming up in 2015

Hi everyone and welcome to 2015!

I hope you had a great Christmas and New Year. This year is going to be a BIG ONE! I have many new and exciting projects coming up that I want to tell you about – the first is a new humorous detective book featuring Lawrence Pinkley – The Mystery of Van Gogh’s Missing Heart. 283 more words

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Dust of Memory - A collection of poerty by Prabhu Jha

I’m proud to announce Dr. Prabhu Jha’s first book of poetry “Dust of Memory” has been published. The book has been broken up into different thematic sections. 240 more words