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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I have written a dozen novels now (three which are and will remain unpublished) and with every one my process has changed slightly.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I have written a dozen novels now (three which are and will remain unpublished) and with every one my process has changed slightly.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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