Category Archives: Publishing

WRITING DAY WORKSHOPS

Longtime Writer’s Digest Editor, Chuck Sambuchino manages these one day learning experiences. I went to a recent event in Colorado but many are scheduled throughout the United States and occasionally Canada through 2020. I often don’t have 3-5 days to … Continue reading

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A WRITER’S JOURNEY REWIND

I don’t have many opportunities to update the world on what is happening with my own writing. I’m so busy writing reviews and hosting blog tours, any progress I’ve made to get published is left as a mystery. That’s why … Continue reading

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Author Interview: Eric Kahn Gale

Hi Eric and welcome to ALWAYS in the MIDDLE. Congratulations on your new book, THE WIZARD’S DOG, scheduled to be launched next week. I’ll have a review later this month. First off, how did you decide to become a writer? I actually … Continue reading

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Seven Deadly Sins For Rejection

I was cleaning up a few loose papers from last month’s Big Sur in the Rockies Writer’s Conference and found one more helpful set of notes… Most of us know the importance of that first page to hook the reader … Continue reading

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Never Stop Learning the Craft

David Viscott: “In the end, the only people who fail are those who do not try.” I always urge students to be in charge of their own learning. “Seek answers to your own questions and continue to have growth every … Continue reading

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Middle Grade March is this Weekend

You can click on the image to get all the details. It starts midnight on March 1st. Find a middle grade title you have wanted to read and dig in! I’m signed up, though time may only allow me to … Continue reading

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Libraries as Publishers

What started out as a way to offer e-books to their patrons, the Douglas County Library (Colorado) has discovered many more uses for its software system, including publishing. Other libraries across the nation are creating their own versions. This has … Continue reading

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