Tag Archives: Being Published

The Ghost Writer

Philip Roth Ballantine Books, 1979 The Ghost Writer is a handy little primer for an aspiring literary writer. After following the young, on-the-cusp, nationally renowned writer Nathan Zuckerman through twenty-four hours of visiting his literary idol, E.I. Lonoff, there should … Continue reading

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Better Book Promotion Improved by Death of Author

How many reams of paper do you suppose have been wasted over the years as distraught writers stared at the first blank sheet of a poem or novel, have scribbled a few lines, become irritated or weepy, and then ripped … Continue reading

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Five Surprises of Being Published

Embedded within the first burst of creative energy and idea to write a book is the small seed of desire to be published. The initial excitement plops a writer in a chair with a notebook or in front of a … Continue reading

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Kirkus Indie Book Review for Blossoms of the Lower Branches

Panoply Publishing ISBN: 978-0-979395833 Available at Amazon, Barnes and Noble and http://www.rebeccaguevara.com It’s been a brain tussle trying to figure out how to promote my new book, Blossoms of the Lower Branches, A Hero’s Journey Through Grief. First hurdle: I … Continue reading

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