Oh ho ho! It’s Monday which means it’s time for another round of Meditative Monday. And today’s post is all about writing issues that come up, but aren’t always talked about whether it’s about the writing itself, before you set pen to paper, or after you write ‘The End’. 1,095 more words
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Oh yes I have.
Several things got me started, Tricia Drameh’s post:
Then something similar on Chuck Wendig’s blog about giving books time to ferment: 3,250 more words
As I prepare to put my association with The Center for Literate Values to bed, after a seventeen-year struggle to make it grow, I’m greatly relieved… but also saddened. 833 more words
So, I’ve decided to take the plunge into Kindle publishing. My first foray into the world of self/e-publishing is The Dead Generals Chronicles, a brief work of “psuedo-history” that “analyzes” the deaths of fictional generals in fictional conflicts. 40 more words
As we alluded to on our post on Monday, we’ve recently created a Patreon page. For those of you who are unfamiliar – Patreon is sort of like a crowd-funding service for creators of various types; there are journalists, painters, graphic designers, writers, YouTube creators – pretty much anything. 382 more words