The whole latest-writer-wearing-an-asshat-having-a-mental-breakdown-on-the-internet has been covered ad nauseum by better people than me, so I’m not going there. (Chuck Wendig’s was the first I found, and his posts are always worth the read.) But...
Mostly ’cause I’ve used them all up. WOW! Who knew all this writing stuff was so hard! I mean, the writing’s hard, sure, but it’s the being a writer thing that’s kicking my tail these days. I’ve got a fantastic, fun, FIGHTING...
Ummm, how can I say this nicely? Are you kidding me? Let’s just put this into context. I buy a lot of self-published books. I buy a lot of small-publisher books. And I buy the big pubs too. I’m OK paying $7.99, even $8.99 or (cringe) $9.99 for the Kindle...
This topic has been brewing in my brain for a while now. A while back Roni Loren wrote a blog post called Book Review Debate in which she explained why she didn’t write bad reviews for books and why maybe other authors should consider not doing so either. There...
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