Tag Archives: publishing

I like to write and it’s not a lie.

Have you ever heard exactly the same thing dozens of times and then you hear it just one more time and all of a sudden you feel the truth of it? No? Well it happens to me all the time (I can be a little dense) and it happened again this morning. SharkAgent-of-excellent-advice Janet Reid […]

Horror Short Markets

If you’re anything like me (e.g. a neophyte writer without a clue how to sell a story), you may not know a whole lot about finding places to submit your work. Somewhere along the line, I received access to WritersMarket and figured “Great. Now I’ll find lots of places to submit to.” Well, now that […]

What is with all of the hate?

In the past few days, the Twittersphere has been abuzz with spirited discussions of self-pub, trad-pub, indie-pub, hybrids, best ways and one-true-ways (although the dialogue occasionally does run a bit spicy, I didn’t see any mention of three-ways). Lots of reason and rhetoric in much of the commentary, but what surprises me is some of […]