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How To Be A Published Author by Rasana Atreya

Until very recently traditional publishing was the only way to be published. You submitted your book to the publisher, waited six or more months for them to get to your book and then, hopefully, offer you a contract. 805 more words


In a conversation the other day, I mentioned I was self-published. Suddenly instead of discussing the launch of my second book, my friends wanted to know all about my self-publishing experience. 340 more words

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Welcome to My Shiny New Blog

Thank you for visiting, and welcome! I’ve created this new online space for myself out of a desire to share my experiences, and my creative work, as I go through the novel-writing process, and eventually venture into the world of self-publishing. 373 more words


okay I'm a damn dumbass

don’t know why I didn’t give closer attention to the Kindle Select deal. Wasn’t understanding how other writers were doing their free book promotions and special discounts. 94 more words


Morris & Moof- Published!!!!!

So you remember that project I posted about in the beginning of this blog? Well, exactly one year after finishing my hand-bound version for the senior exhibition at AU, it is published for real! 469 more words


To be a Hero: one year later

Exactly one year ago I published To be a Hero. After publishing a book traditionally and working in the publishing industry, I decided to take matters into my own hands and publish this book myself. 123 more words


Book Review - The Horse Lawyer and Other Poems

The Horse Lawyer and Other Poems. By Greg Seeley. Published by AuthorHouse; Bloomington, Indiana; 2014. 114 p. Table of Contents, photographs. Paperback, $14.95. Kindle eBook, $3.99. 407 more words