It’s time—I will be taking down the draft I posted the link for later today. If you downloaded a copy and have any feedback, please e-mail me. Be sure to include your name as you would like it to appear in the acknowledgments.
(1 April 2017)
Yeah, I can’t help messing with the current draft, even before any feedback (if any) comes my way. Continue reading “ART 65 #4”
I have now lost count of my drafts of This Is Not the Book That Will Save Your Life.
I am leaving up the draft I posted the link to a couple of days ago, but I have already made a couple of changes—replaced one or two poems, added another one, fixed a typo.
In the meantime, I am waiting to see if Bowker runs another special on ISBN bundles. I wanted to take advantage of their last one (on the 100 ISBN bundle), but then there was that whole gotta pay the rent sort of thing. So here’s hoping for one of their discounts on the bundle of 10 ISBNs…
(27 March 2017)
I am now on my third rough draft of This Is Not the Book That Will Save Your Life. Continue reading “ART 65 #2”
I have started work on my next collection of poems, This Is Not the Book That Will Save Your Life. Continue reading “Here we go again…”
A lot of writers who self-publish take the do-it-yourself (DIY) approach. Often, this is not so much a choice as it is a necessity: putting together a book can be very expensive—potentially thousands of dollars. Doing as much yourself as possible can go a long way toward keeping costs down.
Continue reading “A Brief Guide to Preparing Your Book for Self-Publishing”
I took a break from writing this last weekend. In part, it was because I have been feeling the weight of my present circumstances, and just wanted to sit with things for a bit. However, I have also been working on the layout for my next collection of poems. Continue reading “New book progress”