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Selling Historical Fiction – Part III

Turns out understanding the dynamics of selling historical fiction is full of complexities. In an earlier diagram I attempted to present a dichotomy between traditional publishing and self-publishing. However, we all know

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Another one bites the dust

And another one gone, and another one gone, another one bites the dust. Lyrics by Queen. Douglas & McIntyre announced they are restructuring under the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act. For

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No wonder writers have a problem

Michael Bourne wrote an interesting article about navigating the world of literary agents. No doubt others have already mentioned it and I’m late to the party, as they say. In

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Historical Fiction Survey Musings

After an incredible eight weeks consumed with survey responses and results, I’m attempting to pause and think. The process reminds me of wading through reams of consulting analysis to find

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