MAYhem

Fictional MAYhem sponsored by Faith_theRivens This month I'm following a writing prompt challenge aimed at character building. Using my work-in-progress, Dragon Soul, I'm excited to participate in another of these month-long, daily-promptings. Join the fun with us!! Follow me, or Faith_theRivens, on Instagram or Twitter to join in on the fun! Day 1 Day 2

Most Indies shouldn’t ever publish. Well, most women shouldn’t have babies. #amwriting

Quite Contrary

That’s not a kneejerk yeah well you’re ugly and your mother dresses you funny response.  Ask any writer, traditionally published or indie, our books are the children of our brains, and we’re protective of them.

A traditionally-published writer puts that baby into the hands of professionals who whisk it away, do cosmetic adjustments, dress it, raise it, choose its schools, and, sometimes, hand it back after a while saying hey, we’re as sorry as you are, but the kid ain’t gonna cut it. Of course quite often (not always) the kid does good and the publishers are yammering at the door – make more babies. Fast. One a year. Go go GO.

Traditionally-published book-parents are proud to the point of arrogant about their progeny being Chosen, and they are enraged when an indie book baby does better than their own Improved By Professionals offering because it just isn’t

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Book Review: Dawn of Destiny (Epic Saga Book 1); by Lee Stephen

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