Hot Links Saturday -- Week's Top Five Publishing Stories
We've heard similar stories in the United States but this is actually from the UK. Interesting that the impact of ebooks is being viewed largely the same way.
"If I knew then what I know now..." is an idea that haunts writers the world over. If I could write Book 1 of the J.J. McCall series today, it would be much different than the version three years ago. You live and you learn and, if you're doing what you're supposed to do and continually learning, then you will inevitably look back on some of your work wishing you could change a thing or two. This is a very good article to read. You're not alone.
Yes, it's easy to love them when you're a billionaire writer already...but this is a cute story.
More tips from an indie author. Nothing particularly new but always good to reinforce.
This is an interesting article. There are some indies who have had bad experience with traditional publishers and rejection that might hold grudges and those traditionally published authors who look down on indies. For me, I don't think there's an US against Them environment in publishing (Traditional vs Publishing) so much as "This works for me and that doesn't." It's a nuance but I think there is a difference.
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