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Still Not Back

But Almost…

Working on a blog post about the value of a single paper book to an indie writer. This one area is a big black hole for indie writers, so figured it was time to talk about it.

I will return to regular blogging shortly, but in the meantime, don’t miss the Universe Between Bundle, or signing up for a workshop. The writing into the dark workshop still has openings. It must be August. (grin)



All have openings at the moment. Information at

Any questions at all, feel free to write me. And if you are confused as to which workshop to take first, we have a full curriculum posted on its own page. I will be updating the curriculum in September adding in the new workshops.

Class #25… Sept 5th … Depth #3: Research
Class #26… Sept 5th … Writing into the Dark
Class #27… Sept 5th … Business
Class #28… Sept 5th … Endings
Class #29… Sept 5th … Writing Fiction Sales Copy
Class #30… Sept 5th … Writing and Selling Short Stories
Class #31… Sept 6th … Depth in Writing
Class #32… Sept 6th … Advanced Character and Dialog
Class #33… Sept 6th … Cliffhangers
Class #34… Sept 6th … Pacing Your Novel
Class #35… Sept 6th … How to Edit Your Own Work
Class #36… Sept 6th … Writing Fantasy

Writing into the Dark is a new workshop starting in September.



The Universe Between Bundle

This one is worth it and just over a week left.

This bundle not only helps a fantastic charity with, but it has some stunning novels by some great writers.

And it has an entire volume of Fiction River. A lot of short stories in there as well.

Give this one a look, folks. I think you will be very happy you did.

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One Comment

  • David Anthony Brown

    And then Vellum makes it stupid easy to format a trade paperback. I’m still learning the software, but wow I’m impressed. Just no excuse to not have professional looking print editions anymore. I’m thinking about flowing my short stories into paper again, stopped doing that awhile ago.