John McCarthy

Author's details

Name: John McCarthy
Date registered: January 5, 2014
URL: http://www.openingpaths.org

Latest posts

  1. Editor’s Note: Author Promotion Strategies — August 1, 2017
  2. Editor’s Note: Writing isn’t the Difficult Step — March 1, 2017
  3. 2017 Writer’s New Year and Resolutions — January 1, 2017
  4. Editor’s Log: Challenges mean Opportunities — October 1, 2016
  5. Editor’s Log: Writing and Fantasy Football — September 1, 2016

Most commented posts

  1. Voyaging at the Dawn Treader — 11 comments
  2. Joe’s Place — 10 comments
  3. Readers World: A Spartan inside Athens — 8 comments
  4. Nathan Hawke: Fantasy lost, Fantasy found — 8 comments
  5. Drawing Readers into the 1st Page — 8 comments

Author's posts listings

Aug 01

Editor’s Note: Author Promotion Strategies

Sisyphus, from Greek Mythology, rolls a boulder uphill for eternity. With each attempt, the boulder rolls back downhill and Sysyphus must start the task anew. This is the author’s task once a book is published. Some authors think that the publisher does (or should do) most of the promotion to sell their books. They might …

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Mar 01

Editor’s Note: Writing isn’t the Difficult Step

So far this year, Deadwood Writers members have been actively publishing books and articles for a wider audience. Here are the books: Wendi Knape – HOT BLACKTOP: A Hot Blacktop Novella – January 10, 2017 Edited by Phil Rosette and Logan French Phil Rosette – Seoul Legacy, The Orphan’s Flu – June 1, 2009 (Reprint: February 26, …

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Jan 01

2017 Writer’s New Year and Resolutions

2016 was another good year for the Deadwood Writers. More members are publishing on this site as well as, and perhaps more importantly, are publishing commercially. Diana Hirsch, Jon Reed, and Wendi Knape have published works that show range and depth of quality. Wendi’s book, Hot Blacktop becomes available on January 10. Check out their …

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Oct 01

Editor’s Log: Challenges mean Opportunities

The Deadwood Writers is about to celebrate 14 years of existence. The group was founded as part of one person’s college course assignment in 2002. At the time that the facilitator role was passed on to me there were approximately five members. We met in the Barnes and Noble (BN) in Northville, near the back …

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Sep 01

Editor’s Log: Writing and Fantasy Football

In the United States it’s football (not the soccer version) season. The final preseason games are played and the first games of the season start in a week. As the coaching staff and players get ready for the season, the millions of leagues are ramping up with drafts and strategies for the season launch. As …

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