Contracts 2.0: Signed

As some of you might know, I've been negotiating my second and third contract. Both are now nicely signed and sealed, so I'm able to go into more detail than I could previously. I had said I'd been negotiating a big change. The change? Print. Was I successful? No and I think my decision to sign... Continue Reading →

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5 Realities of Negotiations

1) They take time. My first negotiation took a week. This second negotiation has been ongoing for two weeks and may likely go two more at least. Now, this can be for several reasons. For me, it's a mix of wanting specific paperwork which is time sensitive and my publisher having numerous events and being... Continue Reading →

Contracts 2.0

Why do people want literary agents? Because a good one makes life so much easier. I'm currently negotiating my 2nd and 3rd book contracts, and I'm going in alone for the most part. I have a lawyer who works almost exclusively with this sort of copyright law, but he's not doing the negotiating for me.... Continue Reading →

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