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Howard_Dully
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Registered: ‎06-25-2007
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My Lobotomy

My book is due to release in September 2007 but I am still in awe of what goes on in the publishing business. I seem to sit at home with a million things buzzing around me, websites, conference calls, marketing meetings etc etc.
I guess Random House (Crown) handles pretty much everything without me although they keep me in the loop. I do notice the closer to the release date the more stress I feel.

Is this true for all writers on there first time out or is this because the book is personal and about my life?
A bundle of nerves

Howard
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Bobbii
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Registered: ‎11-12-2007
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Re: My Lobotomy

Howard,

Is there a web site where I could preview some of your book?
Bobbi