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The Blue Room Books Tour of Independent Bookstores
Sticks and Stones
Publisher: A.K. Durden
Editor-in-Chief: Tom Whitfield
Charles J. Mace: “The Lucky Ones” novella
Blue Room Books Announces the publishing of T.M. Brown’s third in the Shiloh Mystery Series
Joey Huffman signed to Blue Room Books
Blue Room Books Publishes Lynn Hesse crime novel
Mike Shaw’s “The Musician” literary novel is published.
W.F. Whitson’s Cold War now available
Len Barry delivers a breath of fresh air to the literary world: real honesty.
“A Marine and a Journalist walk into a bar.”
Jackie B. Yates: “Wartpicker”
Alan Ray White: “Rock Around The Block”
Stories of Southern Humor and Southern Crime
Authors, Case Studies, and More
Case Studies: Non-fiction
Jedwin Smith: Writing real history
Alan White: Just telling what happened
Case Studies: Fiction
Another Rejection and the Reasons for It
Prose and Cons: Harnessing Creativity
W.F. Whitson: Willingness to question and learn
Wartpicker: Clear IP Rights
The Musician: Seeing the “Long Tail”
Darrell Simmons: Sequel for a dying man
Z Staehling Signed
Pat McKee Signed
Best Practices for Writers
One: Pronoun Fatigue
Two: That, Just, Would, Could, Had, Said
Three: Duplicated and Dropped Words
Four: Inconsistent Spelling
Five: Sounds Like…
Six: Being a Slave to Style Manuals
Seven: Quotes and Credits and Cities and States and Countries
Punctuation is Power
Part 1: The History of Punctuation.
Part 2: The misuse of punctuation power: Don’t aggravate a reader for no good reason.
Part 3: Slave to rules: Write first. Worry later.
Part 4: Finding your style: Free your mind and readers will follow.
Part 5: Are you in business or in hobby?
New Publishing Business Ebook
“Yes or no?”
Time x Effort / Potential Sales = [Yay or Nay]