Monthly Archives: January 2015

Medium Matters

When it comes to publishing, there are many mediums to choose from, starting with long or short in one direction (up and down?) and continuing to print or online in a perpendicular direction (across?). The mediums you choose to write … Continue reading

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Welcome to StephanieAllenCrist.com!

If you’re still on the old blog, I invite you to hop on over here. You should find all the old posts you’ve enjoy or made in the past. (We’re trying to ensure all the comments transfer too, but this … Continue reading

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Self-Publishing is Production and Distribution

Whenever you make your writing available to your readers, you are making a marketing decision. Whether the piece of writing is for sale or for free, whether it’s print or electronic, whether it’s distributed widely or narrowly, all these choices … Continue reading

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Trailer Time: Dreaming Death

I couldn’t sleep Sunday night, so after sleeping away the day on Monday, I found this: This trailer wasn’t quite what I expected. I don’t know why Laura Madeline Wiseman’s book is called Wake, when it is tales of a … Continue reading

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Timing Is (Almost) Everything

Two big things are happening soon. First, my website http://www.StephanieAllenCrist.com is getting a much needed overhaul at the hands of experts in digital marketing. Second, my memoir, Discovering Autism / Discovering Neurodiversity is being self-published in both electronic and print … Continue reading

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The Space In Between

Whenever you craft a story, whether it is fact or fiction, short or long, you inevitably leave things out. As you develop your skill as a writer, transitioning from amateur to apprentice, from apprentice to journeyman, from journeyman to master, … Continue reading

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Trailer Time: Oddity

This time picking a trailer was more difficult than usual. Here’s what I finally found: I usually like oddities. Different is good! The trouble with oddities, though, is that sometimes they are odd in ways that are different from your … Continue reading

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