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Have your words checked.

February 11, 2015 – 8:05 am | No Comment
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Hello indie writer.
You want to look good from within your books, right? A great story, a catchy plot, fabulous characters, the works, right? Go at it, write the thing, make it the best you can. And after that you have to give the story away.
Why? Because you don’t see everything. You don’t see your own mistakes.
Give the story to beta readers, people who will point …

The four E’s of Indie publishing

January 16, 2014 – 6:24 pm | No Comment
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There are four e’s to indie publishing – four elements that just can’t be skimped on, or you’ll destroy yourself.  That destruction will come from poor reviews, and your image, once damaged, is really difficult to repair.  Once you’re known as a writer that doesn’t care about his/her product, though you’ll still gain readers, there will eventually be a barrier to your evolution as a …

Editing 101 – The Basics

April 6, 2012 – 1:15 pm | No Comment
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First, this document was never intended to replace a good editor. (Good editor defined – i.e. one who works with you, who suggest rather than insists, and who occasionally doles out compliments. They are not your friend, they are the defender of your precious baby – your book – first and foremost, by making sure that it is concise and grammatically correct.) In fact, you …