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Jeremy Stone
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  • Lynchburg, VA
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Self Publishing American Companies

Started this discussion. Last reply by Raymond Cook Dec 3, 2017. 4 Replies

Why must an author pay seven to ten thousand to get a book published, and the publisher still wants eighty percent of the cover price? I think the American Publishers have gone nuts. I've been…Continue

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Raymond Cook replied to Jeremy Stone's discussion 'Self Publishing American Companies'
"Hi Jeremy: I hear what you are saying. I too once felt that way. I know a gal who has written an awesome medieval castles book. It is so well written I look like a first grader writing what I write. But she has been polishing it for ten years and…"
Dec 3, 2017
Jeremy Stone replied to Jeremy Stone's discussion 'Self Publishing American Companies'
"I've written a few (four) new novels since my last post.  My friends and family enjoy reading my Novels.  I enjoy writing, so I won't stop, but:  The public will never see a word, and I am happy with that.  Thanks for…"
Dec 3, 2017
Raymond Cook replied to Jeremy Stone's discussion 'Self Publishing American Companies'
"It's called greed! Royalties for a first time author will be as small as possible and the rights they will omit in the fine print will be exploited. They are NOT out to put money in your pocket. If your book is well written and the grammar…"
Nov 27, 2017

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Idea's for writing a story

Posted on May 27, 2016 at 3:44pm 0 Comments

I always write my Characters first.  I give my Character a place to live, an Identity.  I usually make up to five to six Characters.  I then give them a place where the story will take place.  When I write, I always base my books on real life events, followed by pure fiction.  Once I have my Characters, I place them into a Story.  I has always worked well for me.  I find the theme of the story from the Characters I already created.  It may seem backwards, but it does work.  They it, see if…


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