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    Publishing has changed in five years, and so has “What You Need to Know”

    by  • November 22, 2013 • books, e books, marketing, printing, publishing, Terena • 1 Comment

    In 2008, Terena Scott wrote a book about how to start an independent publishing company, focusing on the business of publishing. How do you start a small business? What forms do you need to fill out? How much will it cost? How do you find authors? What does a publishing contract look like? How...

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    Medusa’s Muse Book Winner of 2013 Global Ebook Awards

    by  • August 30, 2013 • books, contest, e books, publishing • 0 Comments

    The very first book Medusa’s Muse published has won the Gold in the Global Ebooks Awards Contest: Traveling Blind: Life Lessons from Unlikely Teachers, by Laura Fogg. Congratulations Laura, you wrote a wonderful and inspiring book. And congratulations Jane and Rick, my intrepid staff, who like me had never published a book before, but...

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    Fresh Blood

    by  • January 17, 2012 • publishing • 2 Comments

    There’s nothing like fresh blood to get the creative juices flowing again. It feels like Medusa’s Muse is off life support, because my dear friend Ibis said, “Yes.” Yes, she would love to help me run Medusa’s Muse and market our books. Yes, because working for a micro-press sounds “interesting” and she’d like the...

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    by  • November 30, 2011 • creativity, fear, publishing, writing • 0 Comments

    How many of you feel that if you’re not earning money with your writing, then you’re not really a writer? Deep down, do you feel doubt in your abilities as an artist if no one pays you for what you create? Does price denote value? I do. That’s why I dabble at writing. I...

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    Fourth anniversary of the launch of the first book I published, or, how I became an Orientation and Mobility teacher.

    by  • November 9, 2011 • orientation and mobility, publishing • 0 Comments

    This past weekend marks the four year anniversary of when I published the first book from my press, Medusa’s Muse. Traveling Blind: Life Lessons from Unlikely Teachers, by Laura Fogg, is a memoir of Laura’s 30 + years teaching children with vision impairments, and ultimately what those children taught her about life, love, loss, and joy. Laura...

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