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Resources for writers. Oh, how times have changed.

This post appeared concurrently on MissDemeanors.com, which was recently spotlighted in Writer’s Digest as one of the 101 best blogs for writers. (And it was one of only three named specifically for the mystery genre.) It was a thrill for our group – our Andy Warholian fifteen minutes of fame! 310 more words


Random Ruminations

Good morning and Happy Thursday! Again? If you’re confused, you aren’t alone, though that’s pretty close to my natural state lately. But since your regularly scheduled blogger, … 634 more words


Query Process

Since finishing my novel (wait…I need to let those four words sink in a moment), I have begun the query process. I thought about my query letter for awhile and had a draft on my computer for a year because I knew my brain would be fried and overwhelmed at the thought of trying to pitch something I just poured every ounce of myself into. 364 more words


How to Publish an Ebook: Resources for Authors...

Article by Jane Friedman, on her site:

About the only thing that remains constant in ebook publishing is that it changes—everything from the services to marketing strategies. 39 more words


taylorgraceauthor reblogged this on Taylor Grace and commented:

Absolutely a must read for authors who are trying to get epublished. Not an easy process and definitely, this post with its great repertoire of links is a great help. Thanks again for Chris sharing this wonderful resource!

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I don’t consider myself skilled enough yet to give the impression I actually know what I’m talking about with this writing lark. Ten years ago I had the enjoyable experience of having a new house built and working with an architect to design our dream home. 216 more words