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Tagged With: publishing

Projects and Progress, During the First Half of 2016

So far this year, I’ve made a lot of progress towards various goals. I haven’t written about all of them, and some of them have only had passing mentions. But I wanted to write a brief rundown of some of my bigger accomplishments. Two days ago, after five months of training, I attended my final … Continue reading »

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Completing Marked by Scorn

Working on Marked by Scorn has been a long process. But it’s one I can safely say I’m at the end of, now. I didn’t want to launch the crowdfunding campaign for it until I was sure I could deliver the goods in a timely manner, because I already had the ebooks and paperbacks ready … Continue reading »

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The Long Process to Completing My Next Anthology, Marked by Scorn

It’s been a long time since I’ve posted any kind of update about my probably now long-anticipated second anthology, Marked by Scorn: An Anthology Featuring Non-Traditional Relationships. When I put out the submission call, I had recently moved to the San Francisco Bay Area, and was looking for a creative project I would be able … Continue reading »

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Developing the Cover of Adrift

One of the things that appealed to me about indie-publishing is that I’d get to have complete creative control over the finished product. When I was fifteen, I recorded 2 comedy CDs, which I put together entirely on my own. I design the cover, the CD labels, everything. I just love the DIY approach. When … Continue reading »

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