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Stop Your Whining!

Americans are some of the most innovative, indomitable, intrepid risk-takers the world has ever seen. They overcome all challenges, or they go down fighting. They battle against the odds. They respond to detractors either with a defiant “Oh, YEAH? Well, I’ll show you. I’ll come back next year ten times […]

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In Praise of Editors

In Praise of Editors First, a little bit of background. I self-published my first book in late 2005. Since then I have published three titles (the Elfhunter trilogy), written a fourth, and begun work on a fifth, all in epic fantasy. The trilogy, with the benefit of several proofreaders and […]

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You Never Know

You Never Know

It’s an interesting time to be a writer. In the days B.K. (Before Kindles), there were basically two paths to publication for fiction writers: the traditional way and the self-publishing-via-subsidy-press way. In the first case, a writer could send out lots of query letters to try to attract an agent, […]

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