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Are You a Publishing Greenhorn?

by Greta Boris green·horn (ˈɡrēnˌhôrn/ | noun | NORTH AMERICAN informal) a person who is new to or inexperienced at a particular activity. When I was a running greenhorn, I experienced something in a Continue reading

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Productivity, Thankfulness, and Super Chickens

by Greta Boris Looking for your publishing dream team? Most of us think if we could only find our publishing dream team—agent to the elite, Big Five press, superstar editor, Continue reading

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Taking the Terror out of the Query Process

by Greta Boris Ask any author, no matter how successful, their least favorite part of the job. It will invariably have something to do with the query process. Either they Continue reading

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Four Phases of Competence – Where are you?

by Greta Boris The brilliant, elusive experts say there are four phases of competence: Unconscious Incompetence: you’re so ignorant you don’t know what you don’t know (consequently you think you’re awesome) Continue reading

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Traditionally Challenged: Today’s Publishing Options

by Greta Boris In 2010, ebooks slammed into the publishing world and caused an earthquake of epic proportions. The dam the Big 5 had erected cracked in the upheaval and Continue reading