Every writer get rejected. You either continue to submit queries or you quit. The third choice is to go Indie and self publish either in print or in digital e-books. 96 more words
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Heading off to yoga shortly, so getting this week’s offerings up all hasty like.
Despite the title, K.M. Weiland offers writers some comfort: Why every story you write is a guaranteed failure… 170 more words
Continuing my thoughts on Hachette vs. Amazon, I read a post on The Guardian’s blog, called “Self-publishing is not revolutionary, it’s reactionary.” As the title suggests, the main point the post makes is that, despite what people think, self-publishing is, in fact, reactionary. 1,025 more words
Creating Stunning Character Arcs, part 8:
And more Katie, this time on NPR. Listen, or read the transcript. As you wish, dear reader.