Monthly Archives: April 2010

Revise, revise, revise; the self-publisher’s constancy

As I edit and revise Dangerous Rainbows, I noticed a couple of odd mistakes that weren’t picked up by MS Word. Love it or hate it, MS Word is extremely good for doing the final revisions to a book. I … Continue reading

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There is no war

I keep hearing about ebook wars. Or kindle versus iPad wars, specifically. Why can’t we all just work together? Kindle is. Kindle is no longer a physical device. It’s a platform. It’s Amazon’s gateway to ebooks. Much like iTunes is … Continue reading

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The Absolute Beauty of Pandora Radio

I listen to Pandora constantly. At work, it is a saving grace. But, for some reason, I’ve run across people who prefer other services that only play “the music I tell it to play.” They are entitled to their opinion. … Continue reading

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Discovering original thoughts aren’t original

Nicole Humphrey wonders how many plots exist. I agree that it’s dependent on various circumstances, but it seems strange to think that there is a limited number. It may be the case that there is only a limited number of … Continue reading

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After 5pm writing

I have a day job. I have also written two books in the course of two years. One is completeĀ and the other is being edited. Which is what this is about. Book writing for the first book was 6 months … Continue reading

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