More Mythbusting: The More You Know

Thursday, July 16, 2015

With one book on shelves and another headed toward copyedits, I’d like to say this whole publishing thing is all starting to make sense now. I mean, there are definitely myths I’ve seen debunked in my time in the trenches. Like the idea that any agent is better than no agent. (So not true!) Or the idea that the big agent is always the one to go with. (Again, not…

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PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT (And Other Publishing Myths)

Wednesday, July 15, 2015

This week we’re talking publishing myths — and which ones we’d like to personally bust. What I have found interesting, since I started telling people I wrote a book, is how often I hear these two things: “So, are you going to be the next JK Rowling?” (Um, I wish?) “So, are you going to be the next 50 shades?” (Um, no. NO.) I have also fielded a ton of questions…

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You’re on Your Own, Kid by Deb Jenny

There are a myriad of publishing myths that the general public believes about the book world. Of course most folks assume that if an author publishes a book, that author is rolling in cash. Now, I am technologically stunted, a Luddite in many ways, but I’m going to attempt to upload sound effects here to dispel all myths once and for all.Myth One: Authors are rich. bronx cheer sound Most…

Tuesday, June 3, 2008
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