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Thursday, July 31st, 2014

Publishing Surprises: 11 Things I’ve Learned — A Guest Author Post By Mary Pearson

Before I was published, all I wanted was to BE published.  That was it. Validation  I wanted to know that someone out there in the universe—besides friends and family, who of course aren’t the least bit biased—someone who was a stranger, got my writing and maybe even loved it enough to make it into a book.  When I got “the ... Read More

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Kiss of Deception, Mary Pearson, publication process, Writing process, publishing
Thursday, July 31st, 2014

Publishing Surprises: 11 Things I’ve Learned — A Guest Author Post By Mary Pearson

Before I was published, all I wanted was to BE published.  That was it. Validation  I wanted to know that someone out there in the universe—besides friends and family, who of course aren’t the least bit biased—someone who was a stranger, got my writing and maybe even loved it enough to make it into a book.  When I got “the ... Read More

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publishing, Kiss of Deception, Mary Pearson, publication process, Writing process
Thursday, July 24th, 2014

Wading Through the Muddle: Writing Tips from Guest Author Mary Pearson

I have written a dozen novels now (three which are and will remain unpublished) and with every one my process has changed slightly.  When my first book was published, I thought, This is it. It will be all smooth sailing from here.  The next book will be easy! It wasn’t. That’s because every book, every character, every setting, premise, and ... Read More

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Kiss of Deception, writing advice
Thursday, July 24th, 2014

Wading Through the Muddle: Writing Tips from Guest Author Mary Pearson

I have written a dozen novels now (three which are and will remain unpublished) and with every one my process has changed slightly.  When my first book was published, I thought, This is it. It will be all smooth sailing from here.  The next book will be easy! It wasn’t. That’s because every book, every character, every setting, premise, and ... Read More

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writing advice, Kiss of Deception

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