Publishing: A Survival Guide

In the 21st Century, publishing a book is a point-and-click away. In this concise handbook editor and author advocate Michaele Lockhart provides guidance for writers navigating a journey to publication. Over 1000 companies compete for an author's money: precious dollars should be spent where they do the most good. Lockhart’s words of wisdom prepare newer writers for a first publishing experience. More

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Language: English
ISBN: 9781301656394
About Michaele Lockhart

Michaele Lockhart brings a diverse background to her writing: a passion for history, a fascination with human drama, and a love of literature. Her education combines early and secondary schools in Europe, in addition to college degrees from the University of Arizona and the University of Maryland.

Embracing a variety of genres, her versatility extends from her favorite periods of history to contemporary social issures. She's a retired teacher and a talented nature and landscape photographer, often inserting elements of visual lyricism into her writing.

Her short stories and novels have encompassed historical fiction adventure to compelling romantic magic realism to suspense. She is also a registered nurse who is able to offer technical insights into the field of medicine, both present theory and practice as well as the historical past.

Michaele lives in Tucson, Arizona, where she is currently writing a mystery series set in the scenic beuties of the Southwest.

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