Archive for June 17, 2013



Proximity is FREE! (And no, I don’t mean I just let it out of its cage…). This looks like a good read! I picked up my free copy! Go check it out!



Consumers of digital content: music, video, ebooks [infographic]. I just saw this online. If the majority of readers are female and older, why is the trend still writing for males?


Dar49 Daily. Is out! This is a learning curve I haven’t got to the finishing line on. I have edited three versions today only to have Paper.li send out one that had not been seen by me. It wastes my time as it takes a long time to go through each paper. No, I don’t write the news on these papers. Rather, I pick and choose what to feature, out of the web-grab that Paper.li does. I hope to provide positive news and tend toward social awareness for those who are in minorities or unable to talk for themselves.


Again, a great article by Kristen Lamb!

Kristen Lamb's Blog

Many new authors slog out that first book, editing every word to perfection, revising, reworking, redoing. When I used to be a part of critique groups, it was not at all uncommon to find writers who’d been working on the same book two, five, eight and even ten years. Still see them at conferences, shopping the same book, getting rejected, then rewriting, rewriting…..

Sigh.

Great, maybe Kathryn Stockett, the author of The Help took five years and 62 revisions to get her story published. Awesome for her. And yes, her book was a runaway success, but this isn’t the norm. It’s playing Literary Lottery with our careers.

For most writers, it will be hard to have a long-term successful career if our pace is a book or two a decade.

Most authors who’ve made legend status were all talented, yes. But many were (are) also prolific. 

Does Writing Quickly Produce…

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