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Excerpt from Lils latest novel, Ruth and Caw.

RUTH AND CAW: Opening Chapter.  There were four deep gold encrusted days of dappled warmth, dahlias and the gentle hand of autumn painting gold leaf on the trees.  Days of purple plums oozing juice for the lazy wasps.  Days of … Continue reading

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Self Publish, Indie Authors. Part 3 Why mix and match vanity choices are sensible.

It is not vain to pay for elements of book publishing, its sensible. (see part 2) After all painting your bedroom might be easy, but it is so much easier to pay someone else. Just work out what you can … Continue reading

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Self publish: Indie Author: Part 2 Or why Vanity publishing is not so vain (but dont get ripped off)

  Following on from my last blog: Self publish, Indie, traditional: Where does an author start. Part 1 The journey for us writers is long and tortuous.  Finding your niche market might mean you need to ignore the traditional agent/publisher … Continue reading

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