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Whether you’re old at heart like me, and go into the reference section of the library every year to check the latest edition of “The Writer’s Market,” or whether you’re a normal person and find sources online, an important part of the writing process is figuring out appropriate places to submit your work.  Which means you have to look at a magazine’s or publisher’s submission guidelines.  I’d s

With that dreaded word (and date) creeping up for U.S. citizens, and my overseas friends no doubt sick of hearing us moan and bitch about the tax man, I thought this month’s column would be about the tax business of writing. Now full disclosure: I am terrible with numbers. But I do run my own business, and I’ve seen a lot of my author friends do the same with their writing career.

As a cover artist who works with both independent authors and authors who are contracted with publishing houses (some big, some not so big), I’ve read plenty of opinions about the perils and rewards of one way or another path to publication.

Ever wondered what it would be like to learn the ins and outs of writing through the characters’ point of view?  Well, author Miss Mae has birthed a crazy, vaudevillian way for students to learn that very thing! I.B. Nosey, the ‘official unofficial’ reporter, is cyberspace’s answer for those fearless authors brave enough to face his microphone.

What does a successful Greek cover model do when he is at the top of his game but needs a challenge to rise to the next level?  He tackles America, of course!

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