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    September 27, 2005


    Mark Schannon

    Dan, once again, another valuable contribution to those of us awaiting the chance to become first-time authors. I know M.J. & Kevin from (had to get that plug in) and they're incredibly generous with their advice and support.

    I'm going to print this out...some great ideas. And I'm going to buy some cupcakes, but Kevin never said if he used real cupcakes or Hostess.

    Keep up the great work.

    Malcolm Campbell

    Many of us would like to emerge from our cocoons and move our manuscripts and books through the smoke and mirrors of publication.

    Your panel's ideas and experiences will help clear away some of the haze.



    This was ever so helpful. Thanks!

    Lawrence Clarke

    Have self published 3 novels and sold between 8000 and 9000 copies all told throught the efforts of family, friends and hired marketers. Can't get an Australian or American literary agent or publisher, other than the VANITY type, and I've been there. (doesn't work). POD publishers are a waste of time, people. Amazon and Google are a joke. Living in a global position where, if the world were treated as a human body, the suppositries would be placed, is not condusive to becoming a successful author.
    Having said that, I am about to self-release my fourth novel. web

    Nina Loren

    I live in Queensland (Australia) and would like someone to tell me if I should aim for an American literary agent or an Australian lit. agent?
    Can someone tell me what the pros \ cons are?
    Perhaps point me to a site with the answers?
    Thanks in advance,
    Nina Loren

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