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7 SIGNS YOU'RE NOT READY TO PUBLISH

Started this discussion. Last reply by Sunny Frazier Sep 26, 2012. 2 Replies

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Patricia T Macias commented on Sunny Frazier's blog post 'SPEEDING DOWN THE INFORMATION HIGHWAY'
"Hi, Thanks for the advise.  P.T. Macias"
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SPEEDING DOWN THE INFORMATION HIGHWAY

When does promotion start?The minute you take yourself seriously as a writer.When my first book, FOOLS RUSH IN, came out in 2006, I was a novice at promotion. I did pretty well, but the Internet did not have much blogging or all the websites available for promotion. I felt much was a waste of my time. I had more important things to do than sift through the Internet.My attitude changed in 2009. My New Year's resolution was to carefully examine cyberspace. I followed the leads as I came across…See More
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Sunny Frazier commented on Stephen Lawrence Brayton's blog post 'Adult Truth #14'
"Stephen, over at Novel Spaces (where I blog once a month) they are looking for new bloggers. Might want to hook up and re-post some of your writing over there. No longer with Oak Tree. Long, bad story. Now with Black Opal."
Jun 9
Sarah Anderson Smith commented on Sunny Frazier's blog post 'SLOGGING THROUGH BLOGS'
"Hi, good post!  I've recently had similar thoughts and have been a guest blogger on a couple of sites.  Still want to have my own site soon, but for now, 'guesting' helps!"
Jun 7
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SLOGGING THROUGH BLOGS

I was late to the blogging game. The first blogs I read seemed to be a waste of time. Personal info on what other people are doing doesn't interest me. I wondered why writers spent time with this format and who the heck has time to read it?A tool is only as good as the person wielding it. A blog every day is not only tiresome, but it drains the writers. I decided that instead of hosting my own blog, I would guest blog at the site of other people.A blog doesn't do much good if nobody reads it.…See More
May 13
Jo A Fulkerson commented on Sunny Frazier's blog post 'WRITING THE POLICE PROCEDURAL'
"One f my novels was based upon a story I read in the newspaper some time ago. I used this story as the basis in a screenwriting course I took, and the instructor told me that the story was not believable and would never happen. Guess that instructor…"
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AM I A WRITER?

Last week at my writing group, one of the aspiring authors had a bit of a breakdown. She suffered from what all writers eventually go through. Her faith in her abilities was shaken, the struggle to get her story on paper seemed overwhelming, and the awful question loomed: Am I really a writer?This rite of passage is crucial. Writing a book initially seems like fun. The potential novelist thinks, “Oh, I have stories to tell, I have a great imagination, I got an 'A' in English class in high…See More
Apr 13
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WRITING THE POLICE PROCEDURAL

Let's face it: people in law enforcement have the best stories to tell. Problem is, they are used to giving "Just the facts" as Joe Friday often reminded up. At this year's Public Safety Writers Conference in Vegas, I did a presentation to show how to turn those true stories into profitable fiction. I thought some of you might benefit from my notes.Viewpoint character:Although the true story is from the law enforcement viewpoint, sometimes a story is better told from another angle. The victim's…See More
Mar 13
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WELCOME TO YOUR WORLD

One of the curses of being a writer is when people say “I've had a fascinating life. You should write about me.”I've had a fascinating life myself. I caused a small riot in a train station in Hanover, Germany, and another riot in a marketplace in Haiti. International misunderstandings can happen when you're 23 and clueless. Seventeen years working in law enforcement gave me plenty of plots.According to a New York Times survey, 81% of Americans feel they have a book in them and that they should…See More
Feb 13
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WANTED: ACQUISITIONS EDITOR

WANTEDAcquisitions EditorIndependent PressSalary: Below Minimum WageQualifications: Can you read?Even if I'd seen an ad like that beforehand, I think I would have still applied for the job.There was no Help Wanted sign at Oak Tree Press. Instead, there was an overworked publisher, a stack of queries and limited staff.I'm a person with a bad habit of looking at the status quo and asking myself, “How can this be done better?” I'm not sure if that speaks to my leadership skills or just the fact…See More
Jan 13
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OH, TO BE YOUNG AGAIN. OR NOT.

I was recently invited to Mt. San Antonio College in Walnut, CA, to speak to aspiring writers about the world of publishing. Mt. SAC, as it is commonly called, is the largest community college in the United States. I wasn't there just to lecture at the weekend writers' conference, but also to represent Oak Tree Press in my role as acquisitions editor and scout for talent.To be 60 and sitting in a classroom with people barely in their 20's listening to teachers half my age was really refreshing.…See More
Dec 13, 2013
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IN DEFENSE OF CRAZY CAT LADIES

Right now I have the matron of the house standing guard by the computer making sure I write positive things about the tribe. Gemini, who entered my life on my birthday, allows me to tap at the computer keys for just so long, then reminds me to take a break by crawling into my lap for a few strokes of her own.The other four are off doing their own thing: Kitler is asleep on a cardboard box, a favorite spot of all cats (along with the step stool, the recycle bin and my favorite robe). The newest…See More
Nov 13, 2013

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THE TRUTH OF FICTION

Posted on July 13, 2014 at 11:30pm 0 Comments

When I worked for the Sheriff's Department in Fresno, I created a saying and put it on a rolling banner as a screen saver: “A Writer Reinvents the Truth.”

This was never more accurate than when I wrote my first book, FOOLS RUSH IN. I took the first case I worked as a secretary for an…

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SPEEDING DOWN THE INFORMATION HIGHWAY

Posted on June 13, 2014 at 11:30pm 1 Comment

When does promotion start?

The minute you take yourself seriously as a writer.

When my first book, FOOLS RUSH IN, came out in 2006, I was a novice at promotion. I did pretty well, but the…

Continue

SLOGGING THROUGH BLOGS

Posted on May 13, 2014 at 11:30pm 1 Comment

I was late to the blogging game. The first blogs I read seemed to be a waste of time. Personal info on what other people are doing doesn't interest me. I wondered why writers spent time with this format and who the heck has time to read it?

A tool is only as good as the person wielding it. A blog every day is not only tiresome, but it drains the writers. I decided that instead of hosting my own blog, I would…

Continue

AM I A WRITER?

Posted on April 13, 2014 at 11:30pm 0 Comments

Last week at my writing group, one of the aspiring authors had a bit of a breakdown. She suffered from what all writers eventually go through. Her faith in her abilities was shaken, the struggle to get her story on paper seemed overwhelming, and the awful question loomed: Am I really a writer?

This rite of passage is crucial. Writing a book initially seems like fun. The potential novelist thinks, “Oh, I have stories to tell, I have a great imagination, I…

Continue

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At 1:44am on July 9, 2012, Chuck Keyes (The Chuck!) said…

Sunny, top of the milky way to you,  and welcome to authors.com  …from The Chuck-master of Science Fiction Fantasy and fun…
        I write sci-fi fantasy novels filled with adventure, mystery, romance, drama, horror, and plenty of comedy… Sci-fi for every adult human to enjoy. I'm also a well-known published poet. When you have a few free moments to spare, please check out my Authors page and a few of my videos and blogs I have recently added. Many of my blogs consist of free to read enjoyable sci-fi stories that I reedited and united these twenty-two stories within an eBook titled: 'Epic Marvels'. One of my recent sci-fi novels is titled: 'They!', which is somewhat related to the 1954 sci-fi classic movie, 'Them!' I've just completed my next sci-fi mystery, titled: 'The Mysteries of Fuller Park'. A fun story based on the eerie satanic urban legends of Fuller Park, Athens, Texas. My next novel title is: 'It's Not A Lovable Pet Story!' LOL... It sure isn't another lovable pet story. Its Sci-fi horror at its best for delighting my many thousands of reading fans. Also, check out my famous 'Apollo Trilogy Novels'… Thanks…

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