20 Lines A Day

A Community of Writers and Photographers


Kindle eBook cover and interior design just $149 from Sable Books

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Sure, you can ePublish your book yourself.

But at Sable Books, we never use a template on our cover designs.  Through our work with Jacar Press, we have designed beautiful book covers for North Carolina Literary Hall of Fame inductees for Betty Adcock, Jaki Shelton Green, and Shelby Stephenson.  We bring the same attention to detail and dedication to design to your book. Continue reading


Hello, and Happy Autumn!

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Hello to everyone in our 20 Lines community!

Just a quick note to give a shout out in greetings and in gratitude.  I wanted to share with you that we’re getting pretty close to a milestone — 90,000 views on this blog.

In this year alone, we’ve been read in over 140 countries.  Seriously, I tried to count them, and lost count around 143.

It was exciting for me to see this, and I thought you might get a kick out of it, too.  I hope you all are doing very well and that this time of year — wherever you are — is beautiful for you, and that life is treating you kind.

Cheers, and happy autumn!

All best,

Melissa

 

 


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A very unscientific poll: Which eBook reader do you use?


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One photograph or 20 lines or less, every day.

Are you writing every day?  Or taking a photograph?  Or doing one creative act that stimulates your mind outside of the routine?

20 Lines a Day is about feeding that creative part of you, to keep you writing, even a little, every day.

Whether it’s a prompt, or an image that moves you, write it down and share it with us.  It does not have to be a finished work — not at all.  The point is to keep writing.

I’ll share an image today.  What will you share?

 

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If you are writing a book and considering self-publishing

Sable_BooksIn today’s publishing climate, many authors are turning away from traditional publishing houses because they wish to have more control over their own work.

We do all the work.  You retain control.

But it takes time just to research the other options, and they are many and varied, and can be confusing.  It’s easy to feel overwhelmed by the decisions that need to be made, especially for those with little experience working with publishers and printers.

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