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Publishing in the Modern Age: Why I’ve Warmed Up to the Idea of Independent Publishing

We’ve all got dreams, but especially writers. Even if they don’t directly entertain them, or they’ve buried them, or they’re cynics or realists or whatever reason they have–even they have a private space in the very back corner of the brain, home of the What-If. Sometimes they catch the What-If behind them in the mirror while they shave. Sometimes the What-If drifts beside the bus or train window. Sometimes the What-If possess their children, their salary, their three-legged dog rehabilitation center. And, upon their recognition of the What-If, they see… Read more Publishing in the Modern Age: Why I’ve Warmed Up to the Idea of Independent Publishing

DMW Fun Fact Time

In Act II, Chapter 11, if you put on the overture of Wagner’s Tannhäuser right when a particular character does, it perfectly matches the text as background music through the end of the chapter. Pretty pleased to have discovered this in editing. I feel like, novels being literary works and relying so much on description, the ones that enrich us most are ones which cite their sources, as it were. The main character of Sons and Lovers by D.H. Lawrence mentions Baudelaire, for instance. I think, too, that they introduce us… Read more DMW Fun Fact Time