Monthly Archives: January 2012

Dream On

I started writing over a decade ago. Pounding out one book after another, trying to get them published. I didn’t have a lot of success on the publishing side. But people liked my stories. Heck, I’m not a fool so … Continue reading

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Finding Multiplayer’s Demographic

When an author begins writing a book there are a multitude of considerations she must take into account. Even before the obvious factors of setting, plot, and character the author must first consider audience and market. While these terms are related, they have distinct meanings … Continue reading

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Nature Hates a Vacuum, So Don’t Write In One

A lot of beginning writers like to keep their passion a secret. There are a number of reasons they don’t want anyone to know they are the world’s next J.K. Rowling. Perhaps they want to burst on the scene and … Continue reading

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Multiplayer Is “Real”

I’ve actually known this for some time. It would be like gun powder being invented and no one using it as a weapon. Or iron not being adapted into a bronze-shattering sword pretty much the day it was discovered. People … Continue reading

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Print Books Are Not Dead

I’ve been seeing a lot of articles lately on the demise, or not, of print books. With the rise of electronic distribution and the maturation of the readers into useful devices, this has become a vogue topic. Me thinks they … Continue reading

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