Life stories don’t necessarily start at the beginning 3

by Peter Moskos

At some point, we’ve all thought, “I must write down my parents’ stories so they are recorded for future generations.”

I have done just this.

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Some perils of self-publishing: Part 1 1

intro by Anastasia Koutalianos; piece by Ben Nuttall-Smith.

I met Ben at a writing fair last month and asked if he would be so kind to share his self-published trials and tribulations with WCE. He kindly agreed. So here is part 1 of 2, a cautionary but adventurous tale on the realities set before the indie author. The title says it all…

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You’ve written a book and you’d like to get it published. You’ve heard so many discouraging stories about finding a publisher that you’re ready to give up before the rejection letters pile up. You’ve heard exciting stories about doing it yourself so you decide to self-publish. More…