Monthly Archives: March 2008

Amazon Who?

The recent hoopla about Amazon’s purchase of Lightningsource and ultimate announcement that small published, POD and self-published books would no longer have a Buy button on its site has caused a ripple that this company may not have wanted. Or … Continue reading

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Pitching at Conferences

With a regional important conference on the horizon, (Oklahoma Writers Federation, Inc. scheduled for May 1-3) I’ve been working on a pitch for my latest manuscript so I can present it to editors/agents. I’ve done this before, and had nibbles … Continue reading

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About Alternative Publishing

Just read a provocative interview on Janet Riehl’s blog. If you’re interested in where the ebook and Publish on Demand business is headed, take a look. Here’s the link.

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Ezine Article on Voice

Greetings one and all on this lovely March 1. Hope you’re all writing like mad. I recently posted an article titled Write with an Entrancing Tongue. Thought you might want to read it. During every workshop I host and wherever … Continue reading

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