Monthly Archives: September 2016

Review Central: Chapter Three

This is it folks, the final installment – the denouement. This is where I share with you the most important things I’ve learned from my grand publishing experiment. (Fanfare) No matter how good you are at English Grammar, you’re going … Continue reading

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Review Central: Chapter Two

(Continued from previous post – Review Central: Chapter One) In the first installment of this multi-part post I detailed the way I arrived at the decision to seek professional help in my writerly endeavors. That decision was an acknowledgement that … Continue reading

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Review Central: Chapter One

The book was done. You had given it everything, sitting at your computer, days on end, writing, reading, editing, re-reading and rewriting. Finally you hit the ‘Publish Now’ key and it was released to the reading public at large. What … Continue reading

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Working Through

Writing through a difficult patch in my circumstances, head down, trying to stay focused. I’m taking stock of my strategy, not as a writer but as a self-published author. I’ve learned so far that you can’t do it alone — … Continue reading

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