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    • 1.

      Attract Publishers With Your Talent


      by David Carter - 2006-12-10
      The slushpiles in publishers' offices are higher than ever before, worse than that, they are getting taller by the day, and if you hope to avoid them, you have to grab the publisher's or agent's atten...
    • 2.

      Getting Your Work Published?


      by Alastair Harris - 2007-01-05
      Whilst many people aspire to being authors most stop at the first challenge - getting published. How many great authors and great writers the world never came to know because to this we will never kn...
    • 3.

      The 7 Levels of Publishing, Part Two


      by Mike Scantlebury - 2007-05-22
      Previously - in Part One.The First Level of Publishing is to print one copy. The Second Level of Publishing is when you receive five copies. The Third Level of Publishing is when you want 50 copies.No...
    • 4.

      Internet Authors don't need Patrons


      by Mike Scantlebury - 2007-08-13
      One of the biggest lies that Traditional Publishers peddle to would-be authors is that things 'have always been this way'. That's historically inaccurate. What we call 'publishing' is a recent inventi...
    • 5.

      Internet Authors Don't Need Patrons


      by Mike Scantlebury - 2007-08-15
      One of the biggest lies that Traditional Publishers peddle to would-be authors is that things 'have always been this way'. That's historically inaccurate. What we call 'publishing' is a recent inventi...
    • 6.

      Internet Authors don't need Patrons


      by Mike Scantlebury - 2007-08-14
      One of the biggest lies that Traditional Publishers peddle to would-be authors is that things 'have always been this way'. That's historically inaccurate. What we call 'publishing' is a recent i...
    • 7.

      Internet Authors don't need nonsense


      by Mike Scantlebury - 2007-12-02
      Many would-be writers and aspiring authors have a very negative view of Traditional Publishers. This is often because they experience their work being rejected regularly ' often on the flimsiest of gr...
    • 8.

      Internet Authors don't need nonsense


      by Mike Scantlebury - 2007-12-03
      Many would-be writers and aspiring authors have a very negative view of Traditional Publishers. This is often because they experience their work being rejected regularly ' often on the flimsiest...
    • 9.

      Creative Writing Tips


      by Samantha Asher - 2008-07-13
      Many have a dream of a creative writing career. You may dream of writing the great American novel, or becoming the next Poe. If you are serious about becoming a writer, there are several things you sh...
    • 10.

      Getting Published - A Brief Guide To Selling A Novel


      by Harvey Chapman - 2009-03-18
      I have always believed that the act of writing a novel is its own reward. But getting published, of course, is the prize we all seek. The aim of this article is to outline the options you face when se...