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99New Book: Shooting Yourself in the Head for Fun and Profit: A Writer's Survival Guide

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  • lucy_snyder
    Jun 21 2:39 PM

      Hi everyone,


      Post Mortem Press just released my very first nonfiction book! You can get Shooting Yourself in the Head for Fun and Profit: A Writer's Survival Guide at:


      Amazon: http://amzn.to/SVjc1Y

      Barnes and Noble: http://t.co/lA1JfczOW8

      Smashwords: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/449607

      PMP: http://www.postmortem-press.com/lucy-preorder.php


      Book Description:


      Join award-winning author Lucy A. Snyder for this guide to working, surviving and thriving as a writer in a world that often doesn’t properly value creative professionals. Snyder — who’s authored ten books and over 200 stories, poems, and articles — shares her no-nonsense advice on: 


      Finding time to write

      Surviving as a short fiction writer

      Plotting

      Setting and world building

      Characterization

      Binge writing

      Collaborating on fiction

      Conducting sharp interviews

      Finding or creating a writers’ group

      Self-publishing

      Finding and working with an agent

      Using Kickstarter to fund your project

      Networking at conventions

      Getting your books into libraries

      Promoting your book


      You’ll also get her interviews with luminary authors such as Clive Barker, Chuck Palahniuk and Ursula K. Le Guin along with valuable information on the various subgenres of fantasy and horror.


      “Lucy Snyder has seen some shit, brother. She’s been through the trenches; she knows the way the world comes down. You can feel it in the work. This lady is not only courageous, she’s fearless. We need more like her ....” 

      — author Tom Piccirilli, from his introduction to Snyder’s CHIMERIC MACHINES


      “Lucy Snyder is straight up gangsta.”

      — Maurice Broaddus, author of THE KNIGHTS OF BRETON COURT


      “There is no other writer working today quite like Lucy A. Snyder."

      — Hellnotes



      Happy reading,

      Lucy