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Started by Ken Hagdal Jul 24.
Started by StaggerLee. Last reply by Brad Williams Jun 25.
First part is up. The next one shouldn't take that long.
Thank you for the reply. The first post will be up sometime next week.
Sure, Ken Hagdal. I'm working on something I want to start self-publishing a year from this fall, so I'm going to want to start gathering information while I keep working on the writing aspect.
Is anyone interested in a series of articles on self-publishing? Tips covering ebook and print publishing, paperwork, marketing...
Do you make any money this way?
Do you post chapters of your work online? It was suggested to me to set up a blog with chapters to, "generate a buzz." This is what I'm going with my novels on Noveljoy. You get a good amount of feedback, learn what wortks, what doesn't, and, at least on that site, you are sole owner of your work. It also provides classes and means to self-publish. Guys here should check it out.
Question for those writing a book: Do you post chapters of your work online? It was suggested to me to set up a blog with chapters to, "generate a buzz." So, is it a good idea?
What I'm writing is nonfiction but I've feel learning the rules has made it easier for me to break them. ;-)
It depends on what kind of writing you're doing. Are you a fiction writer? Non-fiction? Poet? There's all kinds of great stuff out there depending on your genre and goals.
I would recommend Joseph Campbell's "The Hero with a Thousand Faces" for writers of fiction. It sets up the archetypes and hero journey types that have stood the test of time in writing.
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