These are thrilling times for those wishing to write, and get published. No need to for that lonely scream; hoping to be heard (and accepted) by agents, publishers and faceless gatekeepers. If you have the will, and at a modest cost (Don’t ignore having your work edited!) you too can be a published author. Rayne Hall’s blog gives a sense of the flexibility of the 21st Century publishing environment.
TEN CHANGES IN BOOK PUBLISHING
by Rayne Hall
1. In the past, most authors worked for editors. Today, most editors work for authors.
2. Most books went from author to agent to publisher to distributor to bookseller to reader. Now, more and more go from
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