I’ve been working with Lulu.com for several months now, and in general, I am pretty happy with their work. They are fast, affordable, and flexible. I ran into a snag, though, with print quality. About 500 copies of Clay in the Potter’s Hands have been ordered. Most orders have been just fine. One order of
Creativity=Skill+Persistence+One Crazy Concept. http://www.matchstickmarvels.com/MinasTirith.htm
I received this heartening note from my friend David Bratman: I am reading a small book called Shakespeare’s Modern Collaborators by Lukas Erne (London: Continuum, 2008), and found this gratifying, and rather familiar-sounding, statement in the Introduction (p. 1): “Shakespeare’s play texts as they reach us are the result of collaboration. What this emphasis on collaboration entails is
Here’s what it is like to read Donald Miller: I’ve heard all this stuff before, but it was alway spoken so politely that I could keep my umbrella up and my raincoat buttoned, but when Donald Miller says it, I am suddenly chilled to the bone and soaked clear through.
I LOVE this excerpt on the creative process from Frank Cottrell Boyce, author of Cosmic. You can read the rest ofthe interview at http://www.examiner.com/x-19497-Madison-Books-Examiner~y2010m1d24-An-interview-with-Cosmic-and-Millions-author-Frank-Cottrell-Boyce?cid=edition-rss-Madison. Thanks to Lynn Maudlin for the link. PW: The theme of what it means to be/to have a dad in Cosmic is wonderful. Did that emerge on its own, or was