5 comments on “Publishing ain’t what it used to be – an article of thoughts, articles of faith

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    • Hey Jessica
      Number 3 is a heartbreaker. Happened to my friend Michael J. Ward too, not to mention a load of Angry Robot imprint authors. Devastated for them. Michael, as it happens, took his stuff to a app gaming company and has done really well with them – in fact, they’ve paid him far more than the publisher ever did. So diversification offers some hope perhaps.
      Age is a veeery interesting one. It can work in different ways – Christopher Paolini style or George RR Martin. Did you have particular examples in mind? I might write a blog piece on the topic in future.
      Best wishes – and all power to your pen… or laptop!
      Adam

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