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Schroedinger's Debut.

All authors have at one time been debut authors, and most can still remember the debutante’s bizarre state of mind pre-publication: the cognitive dissonance of “odds are against my book succeeding” and “I could be the Next Big Thing.”  The literary cat that is simultaneously alive and dead, a success and a failure. 547 more words

Rambling

Journey Towards Publication Update

One day back in October 2014, I sent three queries. The following morning a reply from one of the literary agents awaited me. It read: 890 more words

Publishing

AIR UNIVERSITY AND THE FUTURE OF EDUCATION: A REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE - ABSTRACT/Intro

AIR UNIVERSITY AND THE FUTURE OF EDUCATION: A REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE – ABSTRACT and Intro

I recently wrote a paper detailing some information related to a transformation taking place at the US Air Force’s Air University. 465 more words

Writing

#scotbookconf | The Retail Challenge and Consumer Insight: "We have a good story to tell but often retail is taken for granted."

Giving a little background into the issue of the retail challenge, David Lonsdale of the Scottish Retail Consortium questions, “What’s happening, why, and what can we do about it?” 462 more words

Book

#scotbookconf | Amina Shah, Scottish Library & Information Council: "The ethos of libraries is equality for opportunity."

Publishing Scotland Conference – COSLA – 24th February 2015.

“We don’t get out enough and talk to booksellers and publishers,” says Amina Shah, CEO of the Scottish Library and Information Council. 416 more words

Scotland

Publishing Enterprise for Ohana Kitten

This week, House Makai member Ohana Kitten launched a book review website specializing in BDSM and D/s related books.  The site, BDSM Reviews.info,  provides a channel for aspiring authors to publicize their work on a BDSM lifestyle-friendly site.   150 more words

Announcements / Milestones

#scotbookconf | Simon Appleby, Bookswarm - Relaunch of BooksfromScotland.com

BooksfromScotland.com is undergoing a bit of a facelift.

The selection process: define what a book from Scotland is. This can be helped along by machines, though it’s not quite Skynet (yet). 209 more words

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