Intern Program #1: FICTION Critter, Editor, Copyeditor, Text Layout, Cover Design, Fiction Launch Path

I’ve created my first intern program: COMMERCIAL FICTION DEVELOPMENT. The first intern program is for people who want to work with WRITERS OF FICTION (and personal non-fiction). And who want to get paid to do this. I’m looking for people with whom I can work LONG-TERM. I want to build a team I can rely on to work with every … Continue reading →

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Stress, Migraines, and Stuff You Love

As noted elsewhere—I hauled ass like nobody’s business for eight months to create a way for me to write the novel I wanted to write without having to do it to anybody’s specifications but my own. My mad plan worked, and for the first time since I was an RN, I had a regular, reasonable income that did not depend … Continue reading →

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The Hard, Cold Publishing Numbers

I’m not sure why I got sucked into this today. Maybe so it would stop looping through my head driving me crazy. This is the second model I came up with, and I’ve been playing with portions of it since Friday. I wrote it all out today, and ran the numbers. It’s pretty scary. =================================== THE NEVER-ENDING MAGAZINE NO MORE … Continue reading →

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The “Couldn’t Get WordPress To Let Me In” Responses

Oh, boy. I’m not putting names on these because they were sent to me privately and not all of them had the “couldn’t get WordPress to work” comment.         SIDE NOTE: I host my weblog myself, on my own site, which means your WordPress.com ID won’t work here. You need to create an ID for this weblog. … Continue reading →

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Making the money to open OneMoreWord Books

Post copied from OneMoreWordBooks.com Now I know what I want to do. I want to publish fantasy serials—related world- or character-based stand-alones set in well-developed, fun universes. I want to be able to offer a good advance, I want to be able to offer good royalties and an excellent contract. I want to have a strong, interesting, atypical online presence … Continue reading →

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