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It was in the bad old days. You wait all your life to find a way to export your first novel out of your head and onto paper. You think publication will put you into heaven. I found publication, while not exactly hell,  at least a punishment. My “Painted Woman”, first published by Hudson in [...]

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lt’s so hard to keep to a decision. Especially this one. So hard to be brave.  I know nothing about e publishing . It’d be so pleasant to sink into the warm comfort of a publishing house once again, where other people do the things i’m not good at, that Ican never never learn. It’d [...]

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A chronicle of e publishing

On February 25, 2011 By

I made the decision one of those days when events seem to have a life of their own, and you’re just an on-looker. I’d sat a week in a white hotel room by the sick-bed of my daughter. She was vomiting her antibioics. I’d go down to breakfast every morning, bring hers hopefully up to [...]

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