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« My TOC Frankfurt "Ignite" Session, Part One | Main | Final Part of My TOC Frankfurt "Ignite" Session »

October 18, 2010

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Marjorie Vai

Re. Just Long Enough - This is an approach I believe in but it's a real challange for the author.

I have a book coming out on online course design. Kept it clear and concise. I love the Maeda/Pogue approach to all things tech. It never seems to reach educators. I think the effort will do educators a lot of good.

I enjoy your posts...first one here - a great idea.

M.Vai

Michael A. Banks

In the mass-market fiction world, some publishers called that "buying shelf space." (One answer to why bad fiction gets published.)

15 pages at full price? As a writer, I'm for it, but don't you think there would be heavy price resistance.
--Mike

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