Why Is The Media Ignoring Author Exploitation By Publishers?

Holy mother of Gawd…this is mind-blowing. I guess I won’t go the route of Author Solutions.

NOTE: I notice that the writer of this mentioned that Writer’s Digest went to the dark side by sending subscribers an ad for AWAI (American Writers and Artists) and calling it crap. I respectfully disagree with it being crap. But don’t listen to me, just go to their site online and make your informed decision yourself. Here is the link: http://www.awaionline.com/about/

How to Write a Novel in Three Days

Unearthly Fiction

From my new ebook, Writing in Overdrive: Write Faster, Write Freely, Write Brilliantly [Kindle Edition, estimated length 173 pages, available at Amazon.com for $2.99]

Is it possible to write a highly-acclaimed novel in just three days?

Science fiction and fantasy writer Michael Moorcock proved it can be done. He has earned a reputation as one of the field’s most celebrated authors. As both a writer and longtime editor of the British magazine New Worlds, Moorcock has been a major figure in the “new wave” science fiction movement. His existentialist time travel novel Behold the Man won the prestigious Nebula award, and he is justly famed for creating the unforgettable fantasy anti-hero Elric of Melniboné.

Writing in Overdrive by Jim Denney Writing in Overdrive
by Jim Denney

In his early career, Moorcock eked out a living writing adventure novels in the low-paying pulp fiction field. To boost his productivity and his income, he devised a…

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