Last Modified: 10/3/2016
One of the most frustrating parts of being a writer is the endless merry–go–round of submission and rejection, so it’s no wonder that some authors choose to self–publish. Some months ago, I and my writers’ group (North Herts Writer’s Circle) decided to publish some work en masse on Kindle under the name Starfish Publishing. We were originally calling ourselves a publishing house, but as there are only a few of us and three books to start with, we decided that publishing cupboard was a more appropriate term. The name was quickly decided upon, about five minutes as I recall, and then we had to make the next big decision: what books were we going to publish and when?
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Rebuttal to ‘Our Greatest Challenge: Remarks to the Commonwealth Club’, by Michael Crichton Eric G,– My rebuttal:– Distinguishing Reality From Fantasy, Truth From Propaganda.
So Pygmies have a higher murder rate per capita than Americans? Their insatiable blood lust second only to that of environmentalists? [––environmentalism has already killed somewhere between 10–30 million people since the 1970’s]
Eric G is a writer & photographer. He is chief editor and writer for Canada Tribal Nations where some of his photography may be viewed.