Historical and Contemporary Romance Author

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  • Ames May 27, 2009 at 11:09 am

    Great article hon! FWIW I’ve also heard agents say that epubbing too many titles can be a turn-off and/or make them wonder about your skills. Not that NY is the be all and end all –they too have their fair share of hits and misses –but at the same time NY kinda IS the be all and end all *wince*

    Did that make sense?

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  • admin May 27, 2009 at 11:12 am

    Totally makes sense to me, Ames. I think there’s a balance, and where you’ve epublished and the types of titles makes a difference. If you’ve done mostly shorts with reputable epubs, I think that’s understandable to agents/editors (there’s not much of a market for that stuff in print), but a lot of mid-length novels might seem more of an “issue.”

    I could be wrong about that, though.

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  • Kate Pearce May 27, 2009 at 11:42 am

    Very good blog and very true-(from an author who writes for NY but has still continued to write for EC, because I like having the option.)

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  • Leslie Lee Sanders May 27, 2009 at 12:46 pm

    Very informative and very helpful information.

    I hear alot of back and forth about epubs and I’m glad you posted your take on publishing in general. Makes me think of my past decisions as well as my furture in regards to epublishing, and the steps I should take to ensure a satisfying outcome.

    Thank you for the helpful blog post.

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