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I’m Published, Now What?

So you’re published! Congratulations! Now if you’re like most authors you may be asking yourself, now what? There are so many ways to market yourself, so many in fact it’s sometimes tough to know which one you should chose. Now … Continue reading

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Querying: One Author’s Feedback On Tactical Issues

When I was functioning as that lowest of all life forms, the unpublished author, I benefited from established novelists willing to share their experiences. This article is intended to give something back, especially since my experience had some unexpected turns. … Continue reading

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THE COVER LETTER made easy!

You have completed your ms, and now what? You may ask yourself: How can I submit it to publishers? How can I present it? Here comes the cover letter. It is not difficult to write one, just follow the instructions … Continue reading

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Love At A Higher Level

Is it possible to achieve a higher romantic love than the resigned complacency we see all around us? If so, can it be sustained for long? Would many people really want it? Sure, nonfiction literature is replete with books, courses, … Continue reading

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A Man Writing Love Stories In A Woman’s Publishing World

My publishing journey has been unusual enough that friends and publicists alike have suggested I write about it, especially the part about being a man writing love stories in a woman’s genre. But it’s not just the genre. The whole … Continue reading

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The easiest Way to Create Articles

There are many webmasters that find writing articles for their site to be a very tedious task. Many people who need to write articles also procrastinate as much as they can to delay the amount of writing they need to … Continue reading

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Excuse Me, Are You A Literary Agent?

I have lived in New York City my entire life. I often feel privileged to be a part of the energy and magic of this Mecca of celebrity. Under the semi privileged dome of my existence, I encounter the rich … Continue reading

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A Bad Literary Agent Can Be Worse Than No Agent At All.

Types of things to watch out for with agents: * Charging the author a fee up front, to be accepted as a client. Can be called a reading fee, or a monthly “office expenses” charge. The best agents, and most … Continue reading

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I’m Published, Now What?

So you’re published! Congratulations! Now if you’re like most authors you may be asking yourself, now what? There are so many ways to market yourself, so many in fact it’s sometimes tough to know which one you should chose. Now … Continue reading

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Book Review: Marketing Your Small Business For Big Profits By David Mason

I have no idea how many books are crammed onto bookshelves all about the subject of marketing, there must be many millions. It is a subject well understood, how do you make someone buy your Widget as opposed to the … Continue reading

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