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  3. I haven't yet. My dreams are usually insane sketches of utter randomness. Like the one where I had to guard the warm flatbread because Sonic the Hedgehog wanted to steal it...
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  4. If you're thinking of using BookBaby to publish your book, you might want to check out this article on 9 Reasons Not to Use BookBaby to Publish Your Book.
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  5. Okey doke. When you start a new thread, look at the upper left corner of it and you'll see this...
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  7. Sorry to hear you had it so rough as a young person. Hope life is better for you now Ky. Just be careful about tapping into your own demons - Try to stay in the mind set of your character to keep some distance. I recently wrote a short story about an incident that occurred in my 30s and it shook me up for a day or two. Be careful.
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  8. Nah, I prefer to keep the crazy under wraps.
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  9. No, I have not. However, I have had dreams of changes needed to be made.
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  10. {giggle} True. The one that bothers me is the first. Requiring exclusive rights.
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  11. I only need one reason. Never pay for something you can do for free. This applies to all vanity presses (even though Bookbaby identifies as a "Self-publishing service.")
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  12. I'd love to hear @Micaiah 's answer to this question. Age has recently come up as an ambiguity in my story too. Thanks for asking this question, Ky!
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  13. Ha! Sorry for the miscommunication. I was responding to your bit Zee, about "saying goodbye for good" to your series. I meant that at the point when the series is completed, you can still write short stories about the characters or side plots. So it may not be "for good." I agree--take time away from your series if you are feeling bogged down. There is no rush to get books out unless you have a contractual deadline. Writing something completely different in the meantime can keep you productive while refreshing your mind.
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  14. @Ky_GirlatHeart, it was heartbreaking at the time. But looking back and seeing how God has used those times for God and how He grew my faith through those times, I wouldn't go back and change them.
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  15. That's a good idea, Zee. Take a break, and stand back for a while from you story, so that you come back to it with fresh eyes. I promise you, you won't regret it.
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