Absolutely not! I think that ebooks that are gaining readership, no matter when published, will be what publishers are interested in. As my agent paraphrased a publisher friend of his, "We're looking for cars that are already up and running on the highway, what we want to do is give them a bigger engine and more gas."CEMartin2 said:Your post gave me cold chills. As in, maybe in 2013 it will be harder for us aspiring newbies to garner attention because big bucks will be thrown behind indies with a proven track record, to promote them.
Do I read between the lines correctly? Are newbies about to be squeezed out of the edge of the indie spotlight?
Thank you!martaszemik said:This is awesomeness at its best Lisa. I always look forward to your updates on the series. Congrats - hope 2013 is a blast! Keep us posted on whatever news you can
Actually, it's moving on schedule for movie stuff. The screen treatment is done, It went from option to development right away, and now it's moving along nicely in development. Years ago there was another series that several big players wanted to be involved with, but it got tied up in development hell and is now stalled with a studio.MichaelWallace said:Those Hollywood types sure know how to drag things out, don't they? I hope that 2013 delivers the goods for you, and I'm sure we'll all enjoy the updates regardless of how it plays out.
Thank you WyneeChanning . Here's to a wonderful new year for the Writers at the Writers' Cafe.WynneChanning said:CONGRATULATIONS! Wonderful news for you and for everyone in the community! Here's to an amazing 2013!