A Silicon Valley Writer Volume 3 (2012) (Blog Postings) [NOOK Book]


The third volume of blog postings from A Silicon Valley Writer about writing and being a writer, featuring 33 blog postings from 2012.

Smashwords, PayPal & My Borderline Incest Short Story (02/26/2012)
Are You In The Writing Profession Or The Writing Business? ...

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A Silicon Valley Writer Volume 3 (2012) (Blog Postings)

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The third volume of blog postings from A Silicon Valley Writer about writing and being a writer, featuring 33 blog postings from 2012.

Smashwords, PayPal & My Borderline Incest Short Story (02/26/2012)
Are You In The Writing Profession Or The Writing Business? (03/17/2012)
Should Kickstarter Fund Your Next Writing Project? (04/01/2012 - 04/14/2012)
A Nonsensical Story About A Sleeveless Pineapple (04/22/2012)
A Slightly Different Kind of Demoness (04/29/2012)
The 500 Word Blog Post (05/06/12)
Reprint Sells Better Than Original For Short Story eBooks (05/13/2012)
A Revocable Living Trust And A LLC For This Writer (05/20/2012 - 05/27/2012 - 06/03/2012)
Taking Summer Break To Restructure The Writing Business (06/10/2012)
New eBook Cover Image Requirements (06/17/2012)
Setting Up An Intellectual Property Holding Company (IPHC) For A Writing Business (06/24/2012)
Writing & Editing On Public Transit Again (07/08/2012)
Putting A Price On Your Literary Copyrights (07/15/2012)
The Batman Shooting—Life Intimating Art Or Vice Versa (07/22/2012)
The Economics Of New eBook Covers (07/29/2012)
The Month Long eBook Promotion That Wasn’t (08/05/2012)
The Rock Bottom Remainders Final Swan Song (08/12/2012)
Molly Ringwald As Literary Novelist (08/19/2012)
Do You Have A Literary Doppelnamer? (08/26/2012)
Do You Have Klout As A Writer? (09/02/2012)
Slimming Down The eBook File Size For Publication (09/09/2012)
The 99-Cent Business Model For Short eBooks (09/16/2012)
The 75th Anniversary Of The Hobbit (09/23/2012)
J.K. Rowling’s Second Novel Problem (09/30/2012)
The Passing Of An Influential College English Instructor (10/07/2012)
Being Unable To Write In The Dark (10/14/2012)
Creativity As A Psychological Disease For Writers (10/21/2012)
100 Flash Stories For NaNoWriMo 2012 (10/28/2012)
Get Amazon To Price Match Your FREE Smashwords eBook (11/04/2012)
Writing About Stereotypical Video Game Characters (11/11/2012)
How I Slept My Way Through Kevin Pollock’s Book Signing (12/16/2012)
A Fraudulent eBook Purchase At Smashwords (12/23/2012)
Shredding The History Of Old Manuscripts (12/30/2012)

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Meet the Author

C.D. Reimer lives and works in Silicon Valley. His interests are ceramics, painting, tropical fish, and web programming. These keep him out of trouble when he’s not fixing broken users and consoling hurt computers.After serving two tours through The Twilight Zone as a child and a young adult Christian, he writes about everyday reality that he often finds weird, twisted and absurd for being so normal.He’s currently working on various short stories and his first novel, and blogs about writing and everything else when he's not busy writing fiction.
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