on Nathan Bransford: Greetings writerly people! I’m so happy to be here in this great community my friend Nathan has built to offer semi-regular posts about the publishing industry. For the last two decades, I’ve worked as a book editor at various Big Five houses, as a freelance editor and ghostwriter, and in October will […]How … Continue reading How an editor at a publisher acquires a book – by Christine Pride… — Chris The Story Reading Ape’s Blog
So that I now have books on IngramSpark and Amazon and have created The Chamber Magazine and have some items on Zazzle and am constantly exploring other possible online businesses, I have decided to bring them all under the organizational umbrella of Slattery Publishing. Expand this article to read more...
I added three more headers to my rolling headers on the homepage of this website. Two feature well-known authors and one is advertising for my poetry collection, Nocturne.
I apologize for not getting a Saturday Night Special up tonight. It fell through the proverbial cracks. However, I do want to make it known that you can now get the print edition of Nocturne: Poems of Love, Distance, and the Night, a callous and disinterested lover through Barnes and Noble. They are not stocking the shelves … Continue reading Update of August 15, 2020: You can purchase the print edition of Nocturne through Barnes and Noble.
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The Farmington Writers Circle meets tonight at 7:00 p.m. at Hastings Hardback Café on 20th Street. The topic of the evening will be writing pitches and hooks and will be led by Traci HalesVass, assistant professor of English at San Juan College. The meeting is open to the general public. The Farmington Writers Circle is a nascent organization of authors … Continue reading The Farmington Writers Circle Meets Tonight at 7:00 P.M. at Hastings on 20th.