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Fantastic e-Notions

April 18, 2012 by


A small post on reactions to the DOJ lawsuit, summated by CBS “Ironically, consumers are likely to win no matter what happens with the case because the self-publishing gate is open and the horses are out of the barn.” … really? “consumers will win”? To that, I respond: I can quite reliably say that publishers will […]

What Do You Want to Be When You Grow Up?

February 2, 2012 by


When people ask I generally tell them that I’ve always wanted to be a writer. That’s not really true. It wasn’t until I was about seven it first occurred to me that ‘writer’ was a profession and that I, one day, might need one of those. And to be perfectly honest, these two realisations didn’t […]

Once Upon a Time My Mother Was a Librarian

November 10, 2011 by


And she would come home from these conferences and say, “I had a lovely time. I danced with John Marsden. He signed this book for you.’ And I would look at it and he’d have written something like, ‘Dear Kandace, Good luck with the writing, John Marsden’. Because my mother would have told him all […]

Bibliotek: I have not forsaken thee!

July 24, 2011 by


Just a quick update, no I haven’t forgotten about Bibliotek. There is a new goal to have a part up every Monday, leaving Fridays to be for other major updates. For example, this Friday will be talking about what my goals is for putting the novel up here–there have been people / authors doing this kind […]