Excellent Advice: Self-Publishing Contracts: the Good, the Bad and the Ugly. Mainly the Ugly.

I’ve discovered a blogger who is set on helping writers navigate the dangerous waters of self publishing.  I found this particular post most informative.  It was posted last summer but contains timeless information.

The blogger’s name is Clare Christian.  If you are considering self-publishing — check this  out!

Let me know if this is helpful to you.  Let Clare know as well.  In this family we all need to help one another.

Be A Novelist

4 thoughts on “Excellent Advice: Self-Publishing Contracts: the Good, the Bad and the Ugly. Mainly the Ugly.

      1. yhosby

        I teach adults through the adult community education system. Right now, I’m a county over, but I think I’ll try to get into my own county’s (less of a drive). I teach them during the nights in a school building, which we meet up in the library. That’s a good thing because if there’s a parent/teacher conference our class won’t be canceled.

        Each class is 10 weeks long (2 nights a week, 2 hours each). Each week I break down a different story element of fiction, so they can learn the basics.

        How are your classes set up?

        Keep smiling,
        Yawatta

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        1. Norma Jean Lutz

          I used to teach at workshops, conferences, through community school programs, and even taught for an international correspondence school. Now everything I do is online. And I love it! :^)

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