Monthly Archives: February 2010

CONSIDER SMALL PUBLISHERS

No doubt I have written about the pros and cons of small publishers, but my enthusiasm for small publishers has increased over the past few weeks as my newly acquired small publisher and I have dealt with getting my first … Continue reading

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WHERE WRITING BEGINS

Did you ever wonder how some authors got their start? Ever think that it looks easy, the way they wrote books and soon had them published? What are you doing to get your career jump-started? It’s true that most writers … Continue reading

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THINK ABOUT CREATING CHARACTERS

There are two main characters in any story or book. They are the Protagonist and the Antagonist. The protagonist drives the story. This is the main character, the one who has the most to gain and lose. That’s a simplification, … Continue reading

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