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There’s some exciting news brewing in Edmonds. And I don’t mean at
Gallaghers (the brew place where my husband makes wine and beer) I mean for we Puget Sound authors.
Emily Hill, author of “Jenkins: Confederate Blockade Runner” and owner of A.V. Harrison Publishing, and my self publishing guru, has joined forces with another Edmonds resident and author, David Gross, who also is a member of the Steering Committee for Writers on the Sound, Edmonds’ WOTS, our annual October writers conference, to form an Author’s Co-op. In this ‘My Edmond’s News‘ article it explains that the cooperative members would edit and critique each other’s completed manuscripts prior to publication.
If the group agrees that the edited manuscript meets with the Small Publisher’s Association of North America standards, the title would be accepted for promotion by A.V. Harrison Publishing.
Anyone interested in learning more should contact Hill at firstname.lastname@example.org
or Dave Gross at email@example.com
Times are changing and we need to change with them or get left behind. I think co-ops are the wave of the future in all aspects of life. It’s a new era. Check them out and see if it’s for you. Good luck.
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