Back in February Teresa Frohock did a guest post here, and stated her reasons for choosing the traditional route of publishing as opposed to self-publishing her fantasy novel. Her book, Miserere: An Autumn Tale, was released this summer. I just finished it. I have to say that this is the second time I go to […]Read More Miserere: An Autumn Tale & published bloggers
Today Teresa Frohock is here talking about the path to publication of her debut fantasy novel, Miserere: An Autumn Tale. Last week, Cathryn Grant spoke about how Indie publishing has led to wonderful things for her. Two weeks ago Andre K. Baby spoke about his debut thriller, a story which shows that there are possibilites we […]Read More Teresa Frohock talks about traditional publishing
These past months have been busy for many writers around me. One of the members of my writer’s group, Andre K. Baby, released his first novel: La Danse des Eveques. His is a very unique entry into the publishing world – his book originally written in English was picked up by a French Quebec publisher […]Read More Shout it out!