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Kindle has been touted as validation for the self-published author, and for good reason. Now, you can publish your book without fear of rejection (by publishers) or wrangling with editors about where that comma should go – yours really is … Continue reading
In my last post, I mentioned that I found a copy of Generation A by Douglas Coupland that looked like it had been signed. By whom, I wasn’t sure — it seemed authentic, but it could have been someone just … Continue reading
If you asked me to give a list of authors I’d like to have dinner with, Douglas Coupland would be in the top five. Of course, what makes any such list pure fantasy is that chances are the people you … Continue reading
Read this in a blog post by Seth Godin over this morning’s coffee: “I think it’s inevitable that publishing is going to move in this direction–hardcover collectibles for those that want them, digital for those in search of the ideas.” … Continue reading
There is a certain sect of society that has nothing better to do that scoff at your poor spelling, jump on every grammar mistake, and generally get worked up about even the slightest comma transgression. I know because I’m one … Continue reading
I don’t think I’m telling tales outside of school when I say that Thunder Bay is not the literary hub of the world. It’s a fact that isn’t lost on me as I write (and ponder selling) my novel. We’re … Continue reading
Congratulations to Rhonda McKay LeGros, winner of One Vintage by Chris Jones! You can still get a copy from http://www.sagehillpublishing.com/ — it’s perfect for the wine lover, the book lover, and the Sideways lover. Please note, though Chris and I have become “email … Continue reading
This morning I had a meeting with someone who told me we choose our careers based on what we are missing within. I guess that leaves me at a loss for words… Seriously though, that is a beautiful sentiment, when … Continue reading
I sometimes feel that when I stop writing, that is when I am most honest. Yes, I can plop down my hour’s worth of words on the page. I can doodle, stringing a bunch of words together that may have meaning, but have no feeling. Or intent. Continue reading