Television and Books
Bill O'Reilly is bringing out a sequel to Killing Lincoln aptly named Killing Kennedy. Henry Holt the publisher says that due to vigorous sales the second book should be well received. Billy uses a co...
Topics: literary. literature, literary, and writing, publishing, a writers survival guide, banned books
It's called Fiction Folks
That question.You get it on the tip of the tongue. So what do you do supplement your incom? It is asked as the innocent probe sandwiched in there with how are the kids. And you treat it the same way. ...
Topics: literray, literary. literature, novelists, contemporary fiction, and writing, novels, banned books
The Stigma of Self Publishing
You bet there is a stigma to self publishing. Get over it. If you are a writer then you have a commitment and that is to the work. Publishing may go into deep freeze or they may be burning the house d...
Topics: literary. literature, vanity publishing, literary, publishing a novel, createspace, contemporary fiction, and writing, publishing, self publishing, banned books
The Millionaire Troll Author
By now you have heard of the girl in Minnesota who couldn't get published or considered by agents and so she shot her troll based novels out on Kindle and made a cool million dollars then got a big co...
Topics: literary. literature, troll author, ebpublishing, literary, contemporary fiction, kindle, young adult, publishing, ebooks
The Best Guess of the Novelist
You know what your best guess is. It is the book you have not undertaken because it might be great or it might be a colossal failure of years and time and money. The modern novelist is stuck between s...
Topics: literary. literature, literary, death of the novels, short stories, contemporary fiction, how to write a novel, and writing, hemingway, publishing, banned books