Archive for November, 2005

Book Promotion: When is it Overkill?

Wednesday, November 30th, 2005

Many of you are published authors with books to promote. In the process of promoting your books, do you ever think about the various levels of promotion? Have you wondered when promotion becomes obnoxious? When is it promotion and when it is in-your-face-pushy, aggressive marketing? We all complain about SPAM. But SPAM, after all, is […]

Creativity and Writing

Tuesday, November 29th, 2005

I’m in development mode again. My latest book is finished. In fact, the printer (Fidlar Doubleday) is putting the blue line for The Right Way to Write, Publish and Sell Your Book in the mail today. Once I proof and okay it, we’ll go into production. The publication date is January 1, 2006. I’ve done […]

Writing for Magazines

Monday, November 28th, 2005

Good Morning, I’m sitting here in traditional writing position at my computer this morning with a large cat curled up in my lap. For all of you cat people out there (and aren’t most writers cat people?), this is Max. He’s a handsome chocolate brown and white formerly feral cat. He and Sophie take turns […]

The Right Way to Write, Publish and Sell Your Book

Sunday, November 27th, 2005

Here’s your chance to order a copy of Patricia Fry’s forthcoming book, The Right Way to Write, Publish and Sell Your Book, at a discounted price. During the month of December, while the book is at the printers, Patricia is offering a prepublication discount. To receive the discount, orders and payment must be received by […]