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A story about a vanished civilization. . .

The time is 1987. The place: Indianapolis. At several places in the city, there are vibrant, well attended stores which have attractive books on display. A sign outside says Waldenbooks. They are the cornerstones for a business selling best-sellers, classics
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Blog Publishers’ Rejections: Learning to succeed instead of getting a dismal “no.”

One of the things publishers like least in their business day is having to reject a  writer’s pride and joy:  a manuscript submitted for review towards publication. At least this publisher does. We reject fifteen out of sixteen books or
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One of Indiana’s best-loved authors— Nelson Price— shares advice on telling human stories

Intriguing stories of real men and women, not fictional people, have captivated me since boyhood. I also aspired to be an author once I read my first books as an elementary school student. So the process of writing my book
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So you want to do Indy Publishing? Own and manage your book? Glick Day program II

This is just the right time for you. Far in the past is the day when people talked about “vanity publishing” or even self publishing. Nowadays 40% (and rising) of books are being put out by authors themselves. That style
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