One article I regretted not reading before publishing my first eBook. If you sacrifice quality, you may end up doing yourself more harm than good in the long run
‘You want to be seen as the go-to expert in your industry, not someone just looking out to make fast money…’
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These are 18 Mystery/Crime fic wirters
Jonathan and Faye Kellerman,
Martin Cruz Smith,
Robert B. Parker,
James Lee Burke,
I have at least one book from each and more from about a hundred more. Imagine how big my collection is.
I’m itching to start my next noveletta and it’s still a crime fic. But this time, I want to make sure it can qualify to be published in print.
Can a writer be a ‘minimalist’ when the writer does not use a netbook?