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HUGS! What I would suggest is that you give them a rundown of what it takes and state up front if they want a real writer, they need to plan on at least X days for the process. That way either they'll consider you too high maintenance and won't bug you, or they'll learn from their idiocy and it'll be better next year.

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Self pub'ing advice please [View all] , ananaso, Wed May-02-12 05:31 PM
  RE: Self pub'ing advice please, CatrinP, May 02nd 2012, #1
RE: Self pub'ing advice please, Weird Jim, May 03rd 2012, #2
RE: Self pub'ing advice please, astropolis, May 12th 2012, #3
Expected to produce an entire book overnight, ananaso, Aug 20th 2012, #4
RE: Expected to produce an entire book overnight, CatrinP, Aug 21st 2012, #5
RE: Expected to produce an entire book overnight, MarFisk, Sep 02nd 2012 #6

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