I and other indie publishers received notice from Apple that the company has changed the way it deals with indie publishers. To better serve your needs, English-language phone support is now available to iBookstore publishers. With this new option, we now offer four ways to get answers to your questions: The Book Forum is a… Continue reading Apple Has Started Listening to Indie Publishers
Urchin King: An Interview with Author Katharina Gerlach
(First, I’d like to mention something the author left out of the interview. Urchin King — formerly known as Thicker Than Water — reached the shortlist of the 2010 Rocky Mountain Fiction Writer Contest (the only non-US title on the list.) Holly: In a single sentence of thirty words or less, describe your main story,… Continue reading Urchin King: An Interview with Author Katharina Gerlach
How much should I charge for Writers’ Community Membership?
I’m FINALLY almost ready to open the Boot Camps Students of my smaller courses have been asking me for a long time if there was any way they could join my writers’ community. It’s taken me something like two years to figure out a way to do it, and Margaret and I have tested and… Continue reading How much should I charge for Writers’ Community Membership?
Writing grants, both Good and Evil
When I closed down comments on the slavery post, I got a lot of irate emails from folks who did not read closely, and who were under the impressions that I thought ALL taxes were slavery, that ALL grants were evil, and that anyone who accepted any sort of grant was a slaveholder by degree. … Continue reading Writing grants, both Good and Evil
Do you support slavery? Most people do.
My position is that slavery is alive and well in the US and everywhere else in the world, that most people are in favor of it and actively working for its furtherance, and that most of them would deny fervently that they are doing anything of the sort. I will support my position, and if… Continue reading Do you support slavery? Most people do.