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Authors, the Crystal Lake Academy is launching this year, and the first step in that launch is our The Author’s Journey project.

Our team of editors (and the Crystal Lake Publishing founder & CEO, Joe Mynhardt) want to facilitate your writing journey for three months (from June 15th to September 15th), improving your craft and helping you get a short story or manuscript ready for submission.

This course, although not recommended to newbies, is for authors at any stage of their writing journey. We’ll pair you in groups of similarly experienced authors to guarantee growth. You can even purchase it for a friend!

When we’re done, we’ll personally consider each short story for possible publication, and we’ll offer a first-look option for those who worked on manuscripts, for possible publication by Crystal Lake Publishing.

Check out this page for more info on exactly what we're offering: https://www.crystallakepub.com/product/the-authors-journey/

Crystal Lake Publishing - Tales from the Darkest Depths.

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If you are a full-time writer and want to publish your magazine then there are a few things you should take care of.  Like will you should publish your magazine online or offline. Or will it cover regional or international topics? One of the most essential things you should keep in mind is to do a bit of research about what or who will be in your competition or how will your magazine of yours stand out differently? Then the next important thing is content. Take your time and publish quality content on your website. Focus on quality above quantity when self-publishing a magazine. Don't be scared to start little and gradually increase your page count. It is preferable to have ten pages of good content rather than twenty pages of mediocre material. Additionally, more regular releases will aid in the growth of your audience. If shorter publications entail more regular issues, you can take advantage of the lower duration. Then layout your magazine and most importantly proofread it as much as you can.

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Out today from Crystal Lake Publishing and Michael McCarty: https://getbook.at/MoreMythmakers



Features Horror, Science Fiction and Dark Fantasy’s most influential writers and filmmakers interviewed about the art and craft of their genres.
 
The 25 interviews include Steve Alten, Reggie Bannister, Terry Brooks, Charles de Lint, Dennis Etchison, John Everson, Alan Dean Foster, Ray Garton, Sephera Giron, Owl Goingback, Charles Grant, Nancy Holder, Paul Kane, Ronald Kelly, Joe Lansdale, Bentley Little, Jeff Long, Jonathan Maberry, Elizabeth Massie, Larry Niven, William Stout, Jeff Strand, Harry Turtledove, J.N. Williamson, and Connie Willis.

Foreword by Gerard Houarner. Afterword by Jeffrey Thomas.

If you’re interested in books on writing, the horror genre, science fiction, famous authors, or even becoming a full time author, this book is a must-have.

More Modern Mythmakers is the sequel to 2015’s Modern Mythmakers by Michael McCarty, published by Crystal Lake Publishing.

Come Explore the Dark Depths: https://getbook.at/MoreMythmakers

Proudly represented by Crystal Lake Publishing—Tales from the Darkest Depths (join the Crystal Lake journey for bonus content, special offers, in-depth articles from our authors, giveaways, and quite a few free eBooks): http://eepurl.com/xfuKP
Crystal Lake Publishing - Tales from the Darkest Depths.