Category Archives: small press

Why not try Nonfiction?

Did you know that you aren’t limited in your writing? If you can’t sell your fiction, perhaps you should turn to writing nonfiction. It’s an easier sell as there are thousands of small publishers out there looking for specific books. … Continue reading

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Dealing with rejection

Swinging bridges once helped us all cross rivers and streams. They’ve been replaced by concrete spans so that we no longer experience the adrenaline rush of crossing wide, rushing rivers while clinging to a single strand of rope. Maybe we … Continue reading

Posted in adventure, agents, Chuck Sasser, flying machines, NY publishing, Ozark Writers League, rejection, small press, snakes, tigers, Writers | 1 Comment

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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