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Rejection Letters: The Publishers Who Got It Embarrassingly Wrong . . . By Alice Vincent – The Huffington Post – http://goo.gl/pM0VT

A Novelist Turns Himself In – By Thomas Mullen – Huffington Post – http://goo.gl/sFHao

Every writer’s nightmare – By Mark Mason – Spectator Book Club – http://goo.gl/q8Q8M

3 Simple Ways to Turn Your Website into Profitable Books and eBooks – By Joel Friedlander – copyblogger – http://goo.gl/Cvg4H

The Best Way to Network: Serving People – By Jeff Goins – http://goo.gl/vNyZU

What Can Stop Your Career From Ever Starting – By Emily Latham – For Jane Friedman – http://goo.gl/c25Wg

Stories in your pocket: how to write flash fiction – By David Gaffney – the guardian – http://goo.gl/sw0Ko

From Writer to Author to Publisher to Marketer – By Joel Friedlander – The Book Designer – http://goo.gl/D5iVH

The real threat to (big time) book publishing – By Seth Godin – The Domino Project – http://goo.gl/7utJO

‘Bachelor Firemen’ romance novel ignites career of Harvard educated Homer writer – By Michael Armstrong – The Republic – http://goo.gl/Y4hbO

The Millionaire Author’s Club – By Carl Wilkinson – The Telegraph – http://goo.gl/EQG2e

4 Ways to Immediately Improve Your Book Marketing Efforts – By Jane Friedman – http://goo.gl/7pX23

Editing Clauses in Publishing Contracts: How to Protect Yourself – By Victoria Strauss – Writer Beware – http://goo.gl/YGKXA

How to Get Your Blog Back On Track – By James – Men With Pens – http://goo.gl/PT3A6

Blog Better by Slowing Down – by Timo Klander – For Problogger – http://goo.gl/gCnIO

Hard work on the right things – By Seth Godin – http://goo.gl/4moQ9

Are You Trying to Create an “Impossible” Book? – By Joel Friedlander – The Book Designer – http://goo.gl/xpyWk

Contracts – by Anna Elliott – Writer Unboxed – http://goo.gl/5NTgQ

6 Cozy Cocoons to Retreat From The World – by Ana Lisa Alperovich – inhabitat – http://goo.gl/pvZpL

 

Quote(s) of the Day

“I would hurl words into this darkness and wait for an echo, and if an echo sounded, no matter how faintly, I would send other words to tell, to march, to fight, to create a sense of hunger for life that gnaws in us all.” – Richard Wright