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    • 1.

      Short Stories - Dead In The Water Or Alive And Kicking?

      by Steve Dempster - 2006-12-05
      The short story genre is one that is thriving - but only in certain places. Where are they?A short story can be roughly defined as any work of fiction below about 12,000 words. A greater word count te...
    • 2.

      For Writers: The Ultimate Reward

      by Aaron Lazar - 2006-12-21
      What do you picture when you dream about your book's success? Do you envision readers stopping you in the grocery store with stars in their eyes? Getting on Oprah? Seeing your book in the front window...
    • 3.

      From The Battlefield To The Bookstore

      by Kathleen Ernst - 2006-12-25
      For many reenactors, military and civilian, one of the pleasures of a weekend spent in the field is that elusive moment when everything works. I've heard the sensation called "the bubble," or simply "...
    • 4.

      How To Write A Strong Start For Your Novel

      by Kathleen Ernst - 2006-12-26
      I revised my Civil War novel Hearts of Stone many times before selling it to Dutton Children's Books. My editor only had one major suggestion: Consider a new beginning.If you're revising a novel, co...
    • 5.

      How to Get Your Book Rejected, Part One

      by Kathryn Lively - 2006-12-26
      In the course of my tenure as Publisher for the erotic romance imprint of a small press, I have received a great number of submissions, from shorts for our themed "quickie" lines to full-length novels...
    • 6.

      How to Get Your Book Rejected, Part Two

      by Kathryn Lively - 2006-12-26
      In Part One of this series, I mentioned briefly the importance of knowing the markets to which you submit. If you are an aspiring romance novelist sending your work to a publisher where the bread and ...
    • 7.

      How to Get Your Book Rejected, Part Three

      by Kathryn Lively - 2006-12-26
      In Part I of this series I touched on the importance of researching the markets where you submit your work. To send a hard science fiction novel to a house that specializes in cozy mysteries is a comp...
    • 8.

      Alternative Resources for Book Review

      by Kathryn Lively - 2006-12-27
      Often I am asked how does one go about getting reviews for a novel. Most authors I have met over the years have been under the impression that the only valid reviews are found in the newspaper or in a...
    • 9.

      Can Book Giveaways Hurt Sales?

      by Kathryn Lively - 2006-12-27
      As an author and publisher, I have attended a number of Internet chats in support of eBook and print book releases. Internet chats are largely informal, hosted either by the publisher or a third-party...
    • 10.

      Novel Writing, My True Story

      by Arthur L Burton Iii - 2006-12-31
      Novel Writing, My True StoryBy Arthur L Burton IIINovel writing begins with a thought, a vision, something that you see everyday like a sign or a person. In general, you need to have an idea for a Nov...