Tag Archives: ebooks

I was just going to tweak it a little . . .

Kaitlyn Dunnett/Kathy Lynn Emerson here, with a cautionary tale for writers. As I’ve mentioned on this blog before, I am in the process of creating omnibus editions of some of my backlist books. The Face Down series is now out … Continue reading

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Someday is Now

Kaitlyn Dunnett/Kathy Lynn Emerson here, once again writing about the story behind a story. Brace yourselves—this is a long and winding tale. When I was a senior in high school, way back in 1965, I had a wicked crush on … Continue reading

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A Shout-Out and Thoughts on a New Trend

John Clark congratulating Brian Katcher on his new book Deacon Locke Went To Prom. This is his fifth book and combines funny with emotional. In addition to writing, Brian is a school librarian in Missouri. Here’s a brief description” “Promposals … Continue reading

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Print vs E, Either-Or or And?

Susan Vaughan here. I posted this a few years ago, and am wondering if there’s still a debate. I bought my Kindle several years ago because it was the only way I could read some authors’ books. But I was quickly … Continue reading

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Confessions of a Literary Coward

John Clark being completely honest about my fear of publishing today. I’ve been writing for at least twenty years, covering numerous categories and styles. I’ve written for professional publications in the library and social sciences field, contributed to a book … Continue reading

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Don’t Blame the Author

Kaitlyn Dunnett/Kathy Lynn Emerson here. Since several of us have new books out just now, it occurred to me that talking about some of the things that are beyond our control might be a timely topic. There’s no reason to … Continue reading

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Will Novels Survive?

Hi Barb here. I’m in Key West where the temperature is hovering at 66 degrees and everyone is complaining about the cold. (Don’t hate me.) * * * * * Constitutionally, I have to say I hate all conversations that … Continue reading

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Sunday Update: August 25, 2013

Next week at Maine Crime Writers: On Tuesday, Kaitlyn Dunnett blogs, this time writing as her “evil twin,” historical novelist Kate Emerson. Then look for Vicki Doudera on Wednesday, Lea Wait on Thursday, and James Hayman on Friday. In the news department, … Continue reading

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Baby, Meet Bathwater

Hello again from Sarah Graves, thinking today about this morning’s headline: “Richard Russo boycotts e-books.” Well, of course he is doing no such thing. He’s simply decided to publish one book, a collaboration with his daughter and son-in-law called Interventions, … Continue reading

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Purloined Prose: Stolen “tales of lust, incest, violence, and straight-up kink…”

Jim Hayman:  A month or so ago I wrote a blog for this site about the growing problem of the wholesale theft and subsequent sale of intellectual property by Internet pirates.  Just this weekend, I came across a related article … Continue reading

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