Re: [IAG-members] Writing is hard, Part 218
- Kris,All I buy is paperback books because I like how they look in my library. However, it is shocking how many more Kindle additions I sell over paperback. It must be at least 35 to 1.I have come to the conclusion that I will just keep writing F-6 until it feels finished then figure out how to split it into two novels. At first this story was simply going to be about the Greensburg, Kansas disaster but it blossomed into an epic event.chuckFrom: Kris Jackson <kris@...>
To: "IAGfirstname.lastname@example.org" <IAGemail@example.com>
Sent: Wednesday, April 10, 2013 1:46 PM
Subject: Re: [IAG-members] Writing is hard, Part 218
"Has anyone else ever experienced a run-a-way story?"
Yeah, like all of us. I buried myself in Above the Fray for like four years, and it clocked in at about 135,000 words. Zat swy I broke it into two volumes, reckoning no one would spend thirty bucks for an eight pound book by an unknown. God, that was back in the olden days of paper books. Remember those days?
On Apr 10, 2013, at 9:07 AM, Charles Fetters <charlesfetters44@...> wrote:
> Has anyone else ever experienced a run-a-way story?
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