is the title of my recently finished first novel, and… it’s done. whew. that was a lot of work. seriously. 75% of the book was written in a flurry since July, which would explain the lack of posts here, the crazed look in my eye and the fact that i no longer have any friends. [...]
Thought I’d link to this great post on Awkward. Lots of humor there, but lots of truth as well.
Do you have absolutely zero ideas for a book?
Or perhaps you just want to know how to properly use the little known literary trick, “ellipse-semi-colon style” (…;) properly in a sentence?
Then, here’s your man. But, fair warning: you probably don’t have the chops to get this dude to rep you.
This is brought to you by the same fellas who ran Contemporary Press of the famed “Danger City” series and “How to Blow Everything to Pieces.”
Awkward is their new venture, a mass market paperback thematic anthology; #2′s theme is brevity.
There’s a lot to like in this installment, besides my own piece, of course. I [...]
I’ve got a new piece I’m really proud of in the latest issue of Instant City. The issue comes out May 17th, and there’s a release party and reading happening that day. While I won’t be reading, Charles Gatewood, Amanda Davidson, Andrew Dugas, and Sherilyn Connelly [...]
according to PW Daily.
Not sure if this is a good thing or what. While i certainly don’t side with the traditional Publisher-Author model, my reasons for it are mostly financial. The authors simply don’t get a big enough cut for their work. [...]
If you’re not an avid LH reader, then you need to question your [...]
You’ve been waiting like what, two freaking years for this? Well, AITPL #13 is out [...]
t was my first live interview and I enjoyed it thoroughly. Teresa wasn’t feeling well, so if it sounds like I’m dominating the conversation, it’s because every time a question went out, she’d give me a look like, “please answer that while I cough.” [...]
found this little tid-bit on Keith Peters blog. basically it breaks down how to convert your Kindle purchased ebooks to other open source file extensions which would allow your book to be viewed on non-Kindle readers, such as the iPhone or your [...]