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The Story That Still Insisted

About a month ago I wrote about a story that that insisted on being written. So I finally wrote it, after the concept had been moving around in my mind for a few years. During the weekend I edited and revised the same story. It hadn’t been knocking on my door quite as loudly as …

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“Thank You for Ten”: Some Pre-Launch Thoughts

Well, tomorrow is it. I will launch “Thank You for Ten: Short Fiction About a Little Theater” and make it available for purchase. All technical aspects have to the best of my understanding been taken care of. I’ve talked it up quite a bit over the last eight weeks or so, and I’ve processed the …

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Publishing Update: Kindle Preview

Last night, I uploaded Thank You for Ten: Short Fiction About a Little Theater to the Kindle preview thing they have over at Amazon. I’m happy to report that if the preview is any indication, (and it is of course supposed to be), the Kindle version will look quite tidy and professional. There are a few …

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Frank Thoughts and Current Status

Confidence is important for any endeavor. And I have it when it comes to my writing about 90% of the time. (I don’t think any writer is 100% confident 100% of the time.) And I’m building confidence in my self-publishing abilities as the launch date for Thank You for Ten: Short Fiction About a Little Theater …

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Anonymous Jane Interviews Me About “Thank You For Ten”

If you give them a chance, many authors can find something to say about their work for hours or days on end. To an extent this is necessary. Marketing is about 40% of being a writer these days, after all. But sometimes in order to prevent marketing and education about their work from devolving into …

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