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I’ve often referred to writing as turning on a faucet. Sometimes when the water starts running, it doesn’t want to stop. Other times it turns on and flows in a completely different stream than intended. Flow is great, but what do you do when you have an amazing new book idea, but it doesn’t fit nicely within the genre in which you’ve established?

Physical Size Matters!
Douglas
Owen

Okay everyone, pull up your pants, but keep the ruler nearby. Yes, we are now getting to the nitty gritty of the physical size of your book. Stand back, because we have something we’re proud to show you.

In this, part two of our in-depth interview, Mark discusses where publishing is today, how to weather the storms and rise above.  He also looks forward to where publishing is going, what to look for in the future and how to make the the most of the incredible opportunities that are on the horizon.

Don’t stop, now!” and “Sequel, please!”
Hallmarks of a reader’s 5-star experience and precisely the reaction authors hope to elicit. This magic doesn’t just happen. It requires more than an intriguing plot, captivating characters, and exquisite

Hi, my name is Susan, and I am a certified bookaholic. Up until the time I set out to make an audiobook of my first novel, I had only listened to audiobooks in other people’s cars. I prefer to see my books. Driving to Orange County with my son, I fell in love with Jim Dale’s voice narrating the Harry Potter series. He made it come alive.

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