Monthly Archives: July 2013

Indie Publishing is Hard Work

Connie Flynn had several best-selling novels under her belt when critics dubbed her a “rising star” in 1997. At the time, her novels—including romantic suspense, romantic adventure, romantic comedy and paranormal romance—were published by Harlequin and Penguin. Her second book graced the Waldenbooks … Continue reading

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Get Your Foot in the Publishing Door Through a Small Press

Jessica McCann says she stumbled into her writing career. I think it stumbled into her, starting with her first freelance writing gig as a senior in high school. She was invited to participate in a writing contest hosted by Barrow … Continue reading

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Be Your Best Advocate

Jana Burson is an acquisitions editor with FaithWords, which publishes books for the growing inspirational market as part of the Hachette Book Group – along with Grand Central Publishing; Little, Brown and Company; Little, Brown Books Young Readers; Center Street; … Continue reading

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Find Fulfillment in Your Calling

Donis Casey believes that writing can be a calling—the thing you were put here on this earth to accomplish. “If you’re destined to write a symphony, or cure cancer, or raise children or write a novel, and you don’t do … Continue reading

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