Monthly Archives: February 2014

Selling your books to bookshops

Okay, so you’ve self published your own book and done it the old fashioned way and have hundreds if not thousands of copies in boxes filling every available space in your home. I know, I have been that writer. What … Continue reading

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Writers, when they like your work they like it regardless, and when they don’t…

… they think it tastes like the worst thing they’ve ever put in their mouth. Consider this for a moment. How many time have you read a book and not been able to finish it because it is so rotten? … Continue reading

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Writers – there is plenty of room for all of us

When I attend writers gatherings of various sorts, I often hear other writers questioning whether there is enough space in the market for all of us. Naturally they are worried that saturation point will be reached and there simply isn’t … Continue reading

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Writers, what is it with book titles?

You would have thought that a simple thing like picking a title for your new book would be easy. Not a bit of it. In my case, it is usually a simple thing to start. I have a book idea, … Continue reading

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