Tuesday, July 28, 2009

July 28

The administrator in charge of the MA program, who sends out tons of info to the participants made an astounding comment. "I keep forgetting you are writers, not readers." :) It seems people don't really read the info and then ask questions which were already answered.

I admit, I do tend to be a writer, not a reader of info. I know that my publisher has sent out the information on when paper copies of the book come out versus e-books, but I still have yet to dig through the information available and figure it out. (I put the information aside with the thought, I've got months before I need this...LOL) A friend who writes a different kind of book for this publisher said she thought it was six months after the e-book... I thought it was six weeks at first then over the last year changed to releases at the same time... but it is a vague memory. So, I really need to do more research. So, that I can have the answer for you... LOL

Each publisher is different, making the journey interesting indeed. Now, off to be a reader...not just a writer. Cheers!


  1. Think I do an equal amount of both.

    L. Diane Wolfe

  2. If I wasn't an enthusiastic reader, I doubt I'd ever have wanted to write.

    Part of the writing-bug to me has always been trying to capture something of the same sense of excitement and fascination that my favorite authors instill in me.

    I know I'll never rise to their heights, but that's not the point, is it?