Tuesday, 6/12/2016 | 12:48 UTC+3
  • “How to stop worrying and love the book”

    I’m not trying to say the book is a bomb, but what if does bomb? What are the bombing margins for a book? When can someone tag it as a success, or a failure? Is it arbitrary? Is it my personal opinion alone? I saw somewhere that success for a writer, is, or rather should






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  • Night on Marketing Street

    Yes. It’s pretty much of a nightmare. Or if that sounds too much, not a nightmare per se, but rather like trying to push the Earth out of orbit. By doing push-ups. It’s frustrating, I’ll admit, and what’s probably worse, it seems like Forge of Stones is a niche book in a niche market. I’ll






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  • On the hunt (for an agent)

    I know it’s a Lynyrd Skynyrd song (one of my favorites), but what I’m trying to say is I’m actively hunting for an agent or a publisher. Some publishers, the more acclaimed ones, will not accept unsolicited submissions, and especially not via e-mail. Some do, but the average reply time is about half a year






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  • The Hunter and the Farmer

    I picked the title of this post inspired from “The Cathedral and the Bazaar” (Eric Raymond’s article – I’m a bit of a free software advocate). From what I can gather, the traditional publisher will not die out as many enthusiasts of self-publishing proclaim, but they will adapt and fewer will remain standing. As most






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