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Monthly Archives: March 2012
Since April actually starts on Sunday (and so does the A to Z Blogging Challenge), I thought I’d post April’s monthly observances a little early and give you all time to get into the celebration spirit. If you’re looking to … Continue reading
Starting Sunday, I will be participating in the “A to Z Blogging Challenge,” an annual month-long blogging event. Essentially, participants post a month of blog entries on topics starting with each letter of the alphabet. Many participants (myself included) like … Continue reading
Join me today at Writers in the Storm for Part 1 of my guest-blogging series on publishing choices. The series will continue on the last Wednesday of every month, and will focus on equipping authors to take control of their … Continue reading
Those who read last week’s Tank Tuesday post tuned in this morning to hear more about Ceti and Ghillie, the small seahorses I brought in to keep Cygnus company. As the title indicates, that post is temporarily delayed on account … Continue reading
Wednesday #PubLaw: The Danger of (Under)Statements: Part 2 – Termination for Nonpayment of Royalties
Last week’s Wednesday #PubLaw discussed royalty and sales statements from publishers to authors. This week we’re continuing (and finishing) that discussion. In addition to the major issues covered in last week’s post, an author’s publishing contract may contain some secondary … Continue reading
When I received a marine aquarium for Christmas in 2010, I knew little about raising corals and salt-water fish. I knew seahorses required special environments, and that I would need to reproduce those special conditions as closely as possible if … Continue reading