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Old 03-23-2009, 04:13 PM   #6
bill_mchale
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Just a few general thoughts.....

1. It looks like you have only one novel, so I am not sure you would want to put it under a creative commons license... at least not yet. But if you have some short stories, put them under a creative commons license and then upload them to feedbooks and project Gutenberg (as well as on your website).

2. Simplify the website... Flash web pages annoy me to no end. Particularly when they are hosting essentially static content (i.e. no animations). Put up a few sample chapters.. and see what happens. Also, I would recommend re writing the description you have. People read fantasy for escape.. even if your story is an alegory on the modern world, there is no need to tell them that.

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