Writing vs. Publishing

02 Apr

Writing vs. Publishing–some real gems in here. Take a look.

The Words of Daniel Kemp

The struggles of an aspiring author are widely known, it is a tough, uncompromising industry to break into. You have to get used to rejection, and constantly strive to improve your own work in order to reach an extremely high level of perfection. Many on this journey experience dramatic highs and lows with some giving up because of this and the loneliness of it all.

It does not have to be that way anymore.

Before the digital age, a writer’s only entrance into publication, and the readership they sought, was through the old and trusted method offered by traditional publishing houses, who had a shared monopoly of the market. That’s all changed, and dramatically so.

Nowadays many options are available.

That old way is still there of course but it has adapted to the modern world and the competition that self-publishing and print on demand, having moved on and developed…

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2 responses to “Writing vs. Publishing

  1. kristinkingauthor

    April 2, 2013 at 11:50 pm

    You’re very welcome.

    I’m always a little unsure about “reblogging” as I don’t see others doing that very often. However, I tend to think it will lead folks back to the original and adds to exposure. I saw your post on Dave Van Dyke’s blog.

  2. Danny Kemp

    April 2, 2013 at 11:47 pm

    Thank you for sharing this.


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