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February, 2013  // Posts published in February, 2013

The Wild-Ass and Often Unrealistic Author Expectations

I know that I often start these posts off by saying “I love authors” because candidly, I do.There are just a few of them that I would like to send on a Carnival Cruise. I think if I was a freelancer, I would go on this cruise myself. To some degree, this ivory tower I...

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Meet the Hot and Sexy Mac Ellis

People are asking me all the time, what’s up with Mac, what’s he look like and why is he so irresistble. Well, he is. Have a look for yourself…    

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Traditional Publishing: Innovation At Glacial Speed

I’ve been attending the Tools of Change for Publishing conference in New York this week and aside from the great parties and much needed carbo-loading on hot bread sticks at the lunch today, there was some genuinely fantastic information and really great conversations taking place. If you weren’t able to attend the event and aren’t...

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The Art of the Acknowledgement

Rarely is the acknowledgement page something authors look forward to writing. Sure, saying thank you to those who played a major role in getting your book to market may seem like a simple task, but for those of you that haven’t had to do this before, you can’t imagine the stress it causes. We’ve all...

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Can publishing survive without its last book superstore?

Barnes & Noble has been all over the news since the holidays. Their eBook sales were down 10 percent, their stock has been down, and they’ve officially announced that they plan to close 200 stores in the next decade. Grim. But like, Borders grim? Some say the bookstore is vital to the publishing industry as...

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