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The Innerscape Post Mortem

Apologies for the misleading title –  I haven’t killed off Innerscape. The post mortem is actually about the lessons I learned while publishing Innerscape last year. You thought it all went smoothly, didn’t you? -sound of maniacal laughter-

The Truth about publishing before Christmas – Guest Post by A.C. Flory


Open #submissions to Gollanz, January 2016

My thanks to the Offspring for alerting me to this, otherwise I would not have known that Gollanz is holding open submissions. -waves to the Offspring-

If you write sci-fi, fantasy or horror [I think] then you might consider sending your MS off. You can find the full details here:

http://www.gollancz.co.uk/2015/10/gollancz-direct-submissions-january-2016/

As I don’t have a print version of Vokhtah, and don’t fancy paying the postage on an A4 printout to the UK, I won’t be applying. That said, I hope my all my sci-fi writing friends take advantage of this opportunity. Win or lose, it’s an important experience and I wish all of you the best of luck!

cheers

Meeks


Publishing – is the Big Five cabal really so…inept?

My most recent article on the writing game just went up on Indies Unlimited:

http://www.indiesunlimited.com/2015/09/22/is-big-five-publishing-positioning-themselves-for-large-ebook-profits/#comments

I intended it to spark a discussion, and its happening. Come join the fun. 🙂

cheers

Meeks

p.s. sorry for the flurry of posts. I’ve had a bit of a rest and my brain has woken up again. 😀


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