Writer's Market FAQs: Fast Answers about Getting Published and the Business of Writing
This titles answers questions writers ask about their craft and the business and idiosyncrasies of writing. It covers topics like: inspiration, getting published, e-publishing, protecting one's work and working with agents and editors.
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