A Granddaughter’s Dream Comes True

- by Vonna Harper

I can hardly believe it’s finally happening but starting today, my grandfather’s creativity is leaving the boxes in my office and entering the electronic age. Instead of blithering through an explanation, I’m letting the following press release from Musa Publishing www.MusaPublishing.com tell the tale. Vella Munn aka Vonna Harper FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE  The Mystery Of […]

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SJGA Agent/Author Lindsay Ribar

- by Karen Sandler

A chat with Lindsay Ribar, Sanford J. Greenburger Associates agent and upcoming Dial author. • Tell us a little about yourself personally and professionally—where you went to school, where you’ve worked, favorite or unusual hobbies. Well, I went to school at NYU.  I actually started out as an acting major, in the musical theatre program […]

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Oh Brave New World that has such E-books in it!

- by Elaine Isaak

Last year, I asked for a Kindle for Christmas–mainly because Kindle is currently dominating the e-reader market, and I wanted to know what my readers are experiencing when they read a book this way.  It makes me feel slightly guilty, especially after my local independent bookstore, Toadstool Bookshop of Milford, Peterborough and Keene, NH, came […]

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Embryonic TANKBORN (How a Script Became a Book, Part 2)

- by Karen Sandler

Screenwriting is an entirely different world than the publishing world. The most obvious difference is the format–a script looks entirely different from a book manuscript. In a film script, dialogue is set off in blocks with wider margins. The dialogue alternates with description, each scene identified by an interior or exterior location. As an example, […]

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