Category Archives: Interior Design

Notes on Self-Editing – Part 2

Continuing on with the notes I took while reading Evan Marshall’s book, Novel Writing, and, as before, with my comments in bold italics. Simplicity and Redundancy – Delete redundancies.  While we’re going after redundancies, can “a point in time” be banned from … Continue reading

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Createspace Report Card: Part 2

In Part 1, I mentioned about Createspace setting up an account for the author, but one thing I omitted is the fact you will need to have a title, at least a working title, for your book. You can always … Continue reading

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Createspace Report Card: Part 1

In a previous post, I told how I came to my decision to self-publish.  After having my manuscript professionally edited by one self-publisher, I learned of and moved to Createspace for everything else.  For the most part, I was very … Continue reading

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