The last rejection letter

Yet another story about how the ebook and self-publishing are allowing so many authors to make their own decisions about what to do with their books.  Read how Canadian authors are jumping into the fray: 

The ebook is undoubtedly a game changer. Seems most, including the large publishing houses that would like everything to stay the same, are still trying to figure out exactly what the new game is.

After seeing my latest royalty statement from Touchstone, a statement that is nine pages long, reports numbers ending last September (why is it always six months old?) and filled with column after column of numbers, illustrates only one thing.  The number — fifteen percent, drives me a bit crazy.  In what universe does that percentage equal the hours and hours I spent at my keyboard?

Last I heard my agent has my latest manuscript with yet another publisher. If I get another rejection letter, I’m fairly certain it will be my last.

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