Somewhere in the Middle of Eternity

About This Writing Stuff...

Susans Spann and Squires discuss the factors that go into the choice of publishing method.  Dean Wesley Smith thinks that prices should be printed on the covers of indie books while Bob Mayer offers advice to authors on handling book reviews. Konrath is critical of Stephen King's decision against releasing his latest novel, Joyland, as an eBook. Steven H. Wilson explains why Katniss Everdeen is not a hero.  Jami Gold delves into fan fiction, Jody Hedlund emphasizes the importance of macro editing, Susan Callender offers advice on grants, and Jen Haupt believes in karma for writers.

NYT Bestselling author Peter David re-releases book two of his Hidden Earth Chronicles under the Crazy 8 Press imprint and Kelly Meding's urban fantasy MetaWars series continues with Changeling, due out June 26.  Kelly's series will see two more books in 2013 (Tempest and Chimera) from PocketStar, a new division of Simon & Schuster.  They will be eBook format only as of this update.

Too Many Choices - A NYT Author Decides by Susan Squires

Gettin' Busy With It - Business Decisions for Publishing Careers by Susan Spann

Prices on Covers of Indie Books by Dean Wesley Smith

How Should Authors Handle Book Reviews? by Bob Mayer

JA Konrath vs. Stephen King by--you guessed it--JA Konrath

An Author's Guide to Fan Fiction by Jami Gold

Why Skimping on Macro Editing Could Cost You Readers by Jody Hedlund

The Not Quite So Starving Artist by Sarah Callender

Writing and Karma by Jen Haupt

Katniss Everdeen is Not a Hero by Steven H. Wilson

MetaWars Continuation by Kelly Meding

Peter David Releases Book Two of his Hidden Earth Chronicles: Height of the Depths

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