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Self-publishing – why it’s no longer a good idea

I knew this anyway but it’s painful to see it in black and white: http://bit.ly/Self-Publishing-NoLongerAGoodIdea The above blog, belonging to Claude Forthomme, lays out the facts as barely as possible and it’s caused quite a bit of fury.  The problem, … Continue reading

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Accidently got my new book published on Super Thursday!

I wasn’t trying to get V.GOMENZI published on Super Thursday – I didn’t even know the date!  I had dimly thought about it, but then decided it was a marketing gimmick that wouldn’t do me any favours.  After all, I’m … Continue reading

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Sinking without a trace

Commences is dying a death on Authonomy.  The whole idea, I think, is to go and sell myself to others in the Authonomy community.  Read their stuff, comment on it, ask others to read your stuff – preferably others who … Continue reading

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