Tag Archives: publishing

Publishing Help

On this rainy, weather-transitional Wednesday evening here in Michigan, (the sky is turning that ugly, scary green now, and after having lost power three times last week, I’ll ask that you keep your fingers crossed with me, okay?) I feel … Continue reading

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Letting Go

Alright, so I goofed up. I blogged in the wrong frame of mind, and now I feel dumb. All it takes to get over myself, though, is people. People tend to make me see the true ass I am even … Continue reading

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Audience

As I continue to figure out new ways to reach new people in order to generate interest in my publication, a few things manage to stump or amuse me. This, for example, is what I found at my Smashwords account … Continue reading

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Covering the Cover

This topic is near and dear to my heart, and yet not something I like thinking about because of the exclusionary aspects involved. People with money are free to do whatever they damn well please whenever they want and however … Continue reading

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Perspective

Today’s self-taught lesson is on Perspective I already talked about POV and how I was actually right and my critics were wrong. This isn’t about POV, though. Today, I’m going to walk myself through Frame of Reference or Approach. My … Continue reading

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Damitol

Actually, I refer to them as cuss words, but no one else I know does. When I use the word CUSS to refer to the mainstream utterances in everyday speech, I’m met with perplexity and sometimes giggles. I think the … Continue reading

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Because I Say So

  I was prepared to dust off the trusty, old Topic Wheel and give it a spin for inspiration when I came across a post from a fellow aspiring author that made the Topic Wheel idea obsolete. There are many … Continue reading

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Fear and Loathing in l’esprit

My mind is a mixed bag of an array of fragmented things. Only when I write does it settle down and let me concentrate. Focus on that specific task, and then when I need to leave it for whatever brief … Continue reading

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Winsome Words

  If you choose to believe hype, naysayers, and anything posted online about what you should and shouldn’t do with your words, then this post isn’t for you. If you’re like me and love to read, frequently peruse these online … Continue reading

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Daily Prompt: Great Expectations

Tell us about one thing (or more) that you promised yourself you’d accomplish by the end of the year. How would you feel once you do? What if you don’t? Back in late October of 2013, I promised myself that … Continue reading

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