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City Chicken Skewers ~ The Order of the Cougar and Dutch Baby

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NANO Warrior Help…Let Me Show You What I Mean #writingtips #NANO

NANO Warrior Help…Let Me Show You What I Mean #writingtips #NANO.

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Writing to Trends and death knells… #writing #trends

Writing to Trends and death knells… #writing #trends.

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The Inside Scoop on Publishing by Kensington CEO Steven Zacharius

Writers In The Storm Blog

Writers In The Storm is honored to welcome Steven Zacharius, President and Chief Executive Officer of Kensington Publishing Corp. Steven has graciously offered to give us the inside scoop on the publishing world from his unique perspective as a New York Publisher. Be sure to find the link below to a YouTube video where Walter Zacharius explains how Kensington started their African American Line. It’s truly fascinating.

By Steven Zacharius

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I’d like to begin by thanking Sharla Rae to invite me to be a guest blogger.  Usually it’s only my co-workers who have to listen to me blab on and on, so this is a treat.  Shar has submitted to me a list of suggested topics and I’m going to try and address all of them.  If anyone has any questions, you can always email me directly from our website at http://www.szacharius@kensingtonbooks.com

Just for a little background…

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Digital Age Authors & The Ugly Truth About “The Good Old Days” of Publishing

Kristen Lamb's Blog

I travel all over the country to teach writers how to create a brand and build a platform, and it never feels like work because I love preparing each of you for success. Yet, every audience has at least one (usually at least three) of a certain type of writer— the one who resents having to use social media. And they almost always sit in a spot where they can glare at me and interrupt and tell me I have the brain of a monkey who’s head was crushed in Wal Mart’s automatic doors.

Hey, can’t please everyone.

I Didn’t Make the Rules

Every industry has been modernizing since the advent of, I dunno…BUSINESS. Farmers relied on horses and plows until a seriously cool invention, THE TRACTOR. Scribes were a tad ticked with the invention of the printing press, and anyone who worked in an office in the 80s eventually had…

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Digital Age Authors & The Ugly Truth About “The Good Old Days” of Publishing

Digital Age Authors & The Ugly Truth About “The Good Old Days” of Publishing.

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