Thursday, August 11, 2016

Auggie's Revenge at The Oakwood Register

Auggie's Revenge is featured at the top of page two of the local weekly, The Oakwood Register, August 10 edition.

Here's a quotation of mine from the article:

“J.K. Rowling and Stephen King are not living the lives of regular writers. For most writers, it’s a tough business that requires a great deal of perseverance and an ability to see past rejection. I haven’t tried it yet, but I feel self-publication is a valid option in the contemporary book market, and some of the most famous literary works of all-time were originally self-published or published as very small print runs by obscure presses.”

To read the entire article, follow the center-right link that looks like the front page of the newspaper and turn to page two once the pdf opens.

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