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Self-publishing Scams

Hank Quense writes humorous and satiric sci-fi and fantasy stories and has published 19 books and 50 short stories and dozens of articles. He often lectures on fiction writing and publishing and has a fabulous step-by-step guide called How to … Continue reading

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Self-publishing Savvy

Please help KWD grow by sharing:  https://karinwritesdangerously.com The self-publishing industry has exploded as more and more aspiring authors choose this route to get their work out into the world. If you take the do-it-yourself route, it can be bewildering. That’s … Continue reading

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Kid Writers

My friend Hank Quense is a Renaissance man! He’s an author of fantasy fiction, a publisher, and a self-publishing pro. The do-it-yourself resource he developed called The Complete Self-Publishing Guide, available from smashwords.com and amazon.com, is one of the best … Continue reading

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Self-Publishing Resource

Self publishing can be bewildering. While it offers exciting potential, getting your book  printed — and then letting the world know about it via marketing — can be overwhelming. There are content and editing challenges, formatting and printing challenges — … Continue reading

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Riotous Romp

“My Camelot is different from the legendary Camelot.This difference is easy to explain; my story describes what happened in Camelot in a different parallel universe. Onto the story! Remember, you have been warned!” Hank Quense, Author of Moxie’s Decision Talk … Continue reading

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Resourceful Sites

Recently, Toby Stein, a friend, poetry lover, and KWD reader, asked me to gather together some of the sites I refer to from time to time. What a great idea! To fulfill my motivational mission, I often turn to a … Continue reading

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Self-funding Strategy

One of the most promising publishing innovations that many creatives, from artists to authors, have benefited from is crowdfunding via newer niche sites like Pubslush and well-established sites like Kickstarter. Of all the authors I know, my friend Hank Quense … Continue reading

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Self-Publishing Guides

Anyone who has explored the brave new world of self publishing knows that it can be bewildering. While it offers exciting prospects, getting your book in print and out into the world — and then letting the world know about … Continue reading

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Marketing How-tos

“In the new world of publishing, one fact has become clear: Whether your book is self-published or put out by a small indie publishing house, you, the author, will be expected to market that book.” Hank Quense How right Hank … Continue reading

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Self-publishing Demystified

Hank to the rescue! With all the changes going on in the publishing field, it’s no wonder that the whole subset of self-publishing may be mystifying to many of us. I’m surely one of the benighted. And that’s why I … Continue reading

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