I read online this evening that McNally-Robinson, one of Canada’s largest independent publishers, filed for bankruptsy. It’s another blow to another already beleagered industry. In my last post I gave my reasons for writers like myself to become multi-media saavy. It isn’t enough to produce high quality writing. The demise of another publishing house means even fewer opportunities for public exposure. Unless an author creates their own markets, their work remains in obscurity.
My first novel is available for sale:
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