Duolit: Self Publishing: Perils, Pitfalls, and Promise
If you’d have asked me a year ago about self publishing, I would have given you all sort of persuasive reasons why it wasn’t right for me. A year ago, it wouldn’t have been right, not because of any intrinsic problem with going ‘indi’, but primarily because I hadn’t educated myself about the process. . . .
Adventures in YA & Children's Publishing: WOW Wednesday: Taking the Crooked Path
When I was a little girl, my dream was to become a writer and have my books shelved in the bookstore with my name big and bold on the spine. I started and grew bored with dozens of stories and never finished a single one. Yet that didn't deter me one iota from seeing myself as a writer when I grew up. I filled notebooks and journals with snippets of ideas, overly earnest poetry, and letters I never got around to mailing. When I was 14, I even started writing a fantasy novel.. . .
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Thanks for sharing, enjoyed reading about the crooked path. :)ReplyDelete
Many thanks, Staceylee!Delete