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Tad Williams interviews Peter S Beagle

n October 16, Tad Williams, author of the classic “Memory, Sorrow and Thorn” books, interviewed legendary author Peter S. Beagle, best known as the author of The Last Unicorn. 23 more words

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A Detailed, Bookish Guide to Instagram

I’ve rounded up some bookish Instagram experts, compiled data, and pulled links together to show everyone a complete picture of Instagram for writers and book lovers. 1,158 more words

Publishing Industry

BOM and Carbon Use, A Love Story

After reading Brooke Warner’s article on how the publishing industry contributes to climate change, I began thinking about how Buck Off Magazine impacts the environment. We don’t print, so we’re not responsible for any part of the… 262 more words


3 Steps To A Winning Non Fiction Project

Non fiction is an incredibly busy category. With celebrity memoirs and internet-based projects (HONY etc.) everywhere (and rightfully so! As you’ll see below) it’s a competitive space for debut non fiction authors. 410 more words


The Start of a Journey in Publishing

Wow, okay, so a LOT has happened since my post about moving back to New York. And, amazingly, all of it has been good.

If you’ve been following me on social media, you’re probably up-to-date on what’s happened with me. 2,077 more words

Quality in Self-Pubbing

Are Self-Published Books Inferior to Professionally Published Books?


The article author lists three areas to evaluate: editing, cover design, and interior design and layout. The conclusion is that “For the most part, self-published books do not even come close to what a major publisher puts out.” 489 more words

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