Final, final update

And with this, I really do promise to move on. Ros Barber was written a blog post. You can (and should) read it here: http://rosbarber.com/you-one-me/ In it, she tells the story of how she came to write *that* article, and of some of the ‘feedback’ she’s received from it. I have written a reply, but I

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It’s not often I get annoyed …

For me, writing is a delight, and allows me to create characters and worlds out of thin air. And then I read the following article: http://www.theguardian.com/books/booksblog/2016/mar/21/for-me-traditional-publishing-means-poverty-but-self-publish-no-way And it made me angry. Because, yet again, here is a traditionally-published author pouring scorn and derision on the world of self-publishing, and making the same old clichéd statements

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More guest blog posts

Following my blog post recently on editing for self-published authors, I’ve agreed to add some more to complement that first post. I’m currently working on “Cover Design”, “Pricing” and “Marketing”. Should be appearing on Jane Rusbridge’s Blog soon.

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Bleak Midwinter Tales in paperback!

Woo hoo. I have just finished publishing Bleak Midwinter Tales in paperback, and now available from Lulu for the princely sum of £5.99 (plus postage). Buy now from Lulu through the following link: .: click here to buy! :. I’m very excited about this book. It features all of the stories of the two Bleak

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Publishing shorts

I’m an impatient kind of guy. If there’s something I want to do, then I want to do it now. Like publishing my work. Do I want to do the “research – submit – wait – wait some more – almost give up – read rejection … research” roundabout? Or would I rather get my

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