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Adventures in Publishing, Part II

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  1. Ah yes, that good old frustrating and humbling learning curve. Truly tests one’s determination and persisitence. Good thing is that “a first time through” is limited to one time. After that you get to apply all that learning 🙂
    Hopefully from proof copy to final copy wil go a whole lot smoother!

  2. Sinead says:

    before you go to print, remove the comma before ‘and deceit’ in the title!

    • grrr…I know that is one of those rules that’s changed since I was in school (reminds me why I love the static rules of algebra) but I still love that comma! Is it really that big of a deal?

  3. I’ve been writing a book in my head for decades. Then started blogging last year thinking it would be enough. Alas, I still want to write the book, but felt paralyzed with the process. Since you have been kind enough to not only tell us how and provide feedback I think it may be do-able! Who knew? Thanks for the motivating push out of the nest! 🙂

  4. Thank you for sharing your experience – it is helpful and encouraging!

  5. Thank you so much for sharing this!!!!!!

  6. My son is just finishing the edit of story on life as an adoptee and child of divorce. He’s a little daunted with all the publishing options!! Thanks for sharing.

  7. Great advice Lisa, thanks for sharing all of this with us!!

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