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When my husband and I were doing some home remodeling a few years ago, we were advised to obtain three bids before we chose a contractor. 965 more words

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How Much Should You Spend On Self-Publishing Your Book?

I received an article with this information and wanted to share. Although I didn’t use Reedsy for editing and my book cover, I found I fell within most of the pricing ranges. 112 more words

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vanderso reblogged this on Just Can't Help Writing and commented:

What about it, folks. Is this what it costs to self-publish? If you had to choose and were paying these prices, where would YOU allocate your funds?

In praise of the editor I don't have

Some writers hate their editors.

I’m not one of them.

I know there are bad editors out there, bullying or shadowy or — worse — gently conniving figures who take perfectly serviceable prose and proceed to hack at it as if gutting a Thanksgiving turkey. 368 more words

UPCOMER: STILLWAVE

An alt-shoegaze trio from Utrecht, the Netherlands, whose latest single ‘What Have You’ is an absolute wonder to listen to. Its progressive indie melodies are so simple, but something we haven’t had enough of in music recently – BAMBI, a London band who have sadly seem to have been musically inactive the last couple of years, used to do it just as beautifully (go check out ‘All Along’ and ‘The Voice In Us’!), but no-one’s really caught my attention as much as them, until Stillwave. 35 more words

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Self publishing #3 – Editors

As I have promised you in my most recent blog post about beta readers, we are going to look at Editors in this post. As usual I am going to tell you what I did and then tell you what I should have done. 1,276 more words

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Mark Your Calendar: June 10, 2016

Why is June 10, 2016 worth marking on your calendar? Because on that day the movie Genius is released — and every editor, author, and publisher should see it (hopefully, it will be worth seeing :)). 191 more words

Worth Noting

NSR concludes its 2015-2016 publication schedule. A Keynote Address and Reflections- by Professor Hong-Ming Liang, NSR editors Bryce Gadke and Sara Tomlinson. The North Star Reports: Global Citizenship and Digital Literacy, at NorthStarReports.org and facebook.com/NorthStarReports

NSR concludes its 2015-2016 publication schedule. A Keynote Address and Reflections – by Professor Hong-Ming Liang, NSR editors Bryce Gadke and Sara Tomlinson. The North Star Reports: Global Citizenship and Digital Literacy, at NorthStarReports.org and facebook.com/NorthStarReports… 1,363 more words

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