The world has changed so much since I was involved in publishing in the 1980’s. For those of us a little seasoned, a little more mature, our life experiences are so important to our writing, but of little use to marketing. I am learning new things everyday, and that is exciting, too, but sometimes I feel lost! But each day, as I look at something new and experiment with new venues, after the frustration passes, the thrill of accomplishment remains. I just wish it didn’t take so much time!
Good luck to all the writers and authors out there who are going through this process.
We need to help each other, and the Internet (blogs, Twitter, facebook, linked in, etc., helps us find each other.
Like-minded writers, let’s communicate.
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Thanks so much for the boost. We all look for that helping hand. Good luck in all your future efforts.
Bookwriter2013, Thank you for your comment. I can’t wait to start sharing some tricks of the trade from all my walks of life, dealing with writing, editing, learning how to market and publish in a whole new arena, after having done it the old-fashioned way as a career. In my eBook on amazon.com: LIVING IN A SHADOW, almost all the characters are writers or in the writing industry in some shape or fashion, and since it is a Contemporary Women’s Genre, I do have the characters show their expertise the old way and the new way, as much as I was able. You might fine it interesting if you like the type of fiction novel based on real life experiences to further the plot. My favorite books have always been the ones that I love the writing, the plot, and the ending, but I learn something from as well. It’s only $1.99 on amazon and is a nice long read. I used to always buy the thickest books when prices were set for hardback, paperback, etc. (now they’re all over the spectrum) because I thought I got more bang for the buck, but I’m showing my age, aren’t I? I guess you can teach an old dog new tricks. Let me know what writing/editing issues plague you the most, and I will try to share my years of educational and career experiences. I’m sure you have many experiences to share as well that will help all of us authors. I hope you like long emails, too. Debbie
Check out my post for today, August 29, 2013. Let me know what you think of an established author/writer/editor sharing tricks of the trade.
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