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Thoughts of speaker and author J. Timothy King

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By: La micro-niche « Dramaturgie et scénario

Mon, 04 Aug 2008 08:41:05 +0000

[...] La micro-niche TimK, un romancier américain autopublié explique pourquoi il veut ne jamais être publié dans un assez long post de son blog. [...]

By: Blog-to Show Visitors, Welcome! » J. Timothy King's Blog

Sat, 26 Jul 2008 21:28:38 +0000

[...] out numerous ideas. Finally decided to write a novel, The Conscience of Abe’s Turn, and start my own publishing company. This, despite the fact that everyone says selling a self-published novel is hard. And despite the [...]

By: Naumadd

Tue, 15 Apr 2008 06:07:38 +0000

Actually, I rarely if ever get caught up in anyone else's definitions of "writer", "author", "published", "successful" etc. Even before the internet changed these ideas forever, many had very narrow ideas of what these words mean. As a professional linguist, I can tell you, a word means what we want it to mean. All that's required for successful communication is for the recipient of our words to understand the meaning intended when we use them. Agreement on the meaning we intend is not required. Only understanding is necessary. I happen to consider myself a successfully published author and a prolific writer although I've not yet had any of my work printed in hardcopy for commercial sale. I do not require anyone's agreement with the labels I choose, only their understanding of why I use them. My advice is to simply understanding what your critics are saying, thank them for their opinions and then continue on as before. I, for one, thank you for the work you've made available to me and others. You're a success in my book and your advice has been valuable - the opinions of others notwithstanding.

By: Incurable Disease of Writing » Blog Archive » Just Write BlogCarnival for March 21, 2008

Fri, 21 Mar 2008 15:42:26 +0000

[...] King presents Why I Never Want to be Published posted at J. Timothy King’s [...]