Monday, July 20, 2015

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OK, all you faithful followers (all 1 or 2 of you, maybe 3) are you ready for this? He he he..... I'm holding on to the suspense for as long as I can (well if you probably already read on - STOP so you can share my excitement with me).

As I told you, probably more times than you cared to listen, that if you follow me, you'll learn all there is to holding onto a dream. I've shown you all my frustrations and agonies as I've worked on my novels, writing, editing, sending out queries, maybe close to 200 of them, and waiting, hoping against hope.

So, last week I told you all that I have a publishing company, Limitless Publishers, considering my novel "Bridgetown High."


Well, not bought exactly, but Limitless offered me a contract and I signed it!!!

WOOO HOOO!!! I am super excited, and I hope you all will join my excitement.

The book won't be published for probably a year or so, but that's OK. That will give me time to learn more about marketing my novel, and building buzz before it comes out. If all goes well, I'll be having a Break Out Party on-line.

Thank you for following me and please invite your friends to join with me for more exciting news about the frustrations of writing and marketing your novels.
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About Paul West

Paul West is a freelance writer and novelist. Born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area, Paul claims to be a "Prune Picker," though he now makes his home in Taylorsville, Utah.

You can follower him on Twitter: @PaulWWest

Published: Monday, July 20, 2015

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  1. Congratulations!! That's great news, Paul!

  2. Hi Paul, once I heard the news I had to drop by your site and see it for myself. If anyone has paid the price for such a privilege and opportunity, you have. I'm really happy for you and hope your creative work enjoys a great deal of success. Well done.
    Bruce Andreason

  3. Thanks Bruce. It's an exciting time for me. I've worked on this novel for 30 years. I've thrown it in the trash can probably a dozen times, only to breathe new life into it eventually.

    I really think your "Bones" would sell too if you were to approach more editors. I read it a few years ago when we were in Nebraska and really liked it. It may need some minor editing but I think it would sell.

    I got this editor, Limitless Publishers, from a fellow writer who, after reading Bridgetown High, gave me her recommendation.

    It can work.