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Fair enough . As long as you're going into it with your eyes open. You'd be surprised how many people don't realize posting on their own site constitutes publication.

You never know. There have been some successes going that route, but it requires enough of a draw to catch a publisher's eye, and I know my website doesn't have that.

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Not quite publication... [View all] , Byakko, Fri May-28-10 10:57 PM
  RE: Not quite publication..., ezimachia, May 29th 2010, #1
RE: Not quite publication..., MarFisk, Jun 02nd 2010, #2
RE: Not quite publication..., Byakko, Jun 27th 2010, #3
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