Monthly Archives: July 2011

Putting the ‘twit’ into Twitter

The master plan is chugging along nicely. I’ve engaged the services of a switched-on freelance editor to bring my manuscript up to profesh level–CHECK! I’ve decided on which self-publishing company to publish my novel–CHECK! I’ve built my website–CHECK! (In case … Continue reading

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The Building of a Website

Eleven years ago when I was building the website for our Disney memorabilia business–www.FantasiesComeTrue.com–I, quite literally, started from scratch. I’d been a travel consultant for 18 years–what the hell did I know about building websites? Enter: Websites For Dummies. I … Continue reading

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If I pay you, will you make me bleed?

The first step on the Yellow Brick Road to Self-Publication is to find an editor who will whip your manuscript into professional level prose. From everything I’ve read THIS IS A MUST-DO. As one website pointed out, the reason why … Continue reading

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