Archive for September, 2008

Publishing Process for Night School

Posted in Published Works with tags , , , on September 30, 2008 by Ty Schwamberger

As this is only the beginning of the publishing process, I don’t have an official release date, though I do have a fairly good idea of how the process will work from this point foward.

– Publisher will receive and process the counter signed contract

– Publisher will contact me to submit the entire edited mss

– Manuscript will go into Pre-Production (editing on their end)

– I will be sent Page Proofs, review and edit, again, as needed and send back to them.

– I will be sent back the Page Proofs with any suggestions or edits I have made for review and final sign-off.

– Book will go into Cover Design

– I will be sent the Cover to review and approve

– Book will enter Production stage and I will be informed of the official release date

That’s pretty much it, in a nutshell.  Lot’s to do, but fun all at the same time.

Also, Thank You to all those that have already visited my site and left encouraging comments.  I appreciate it, very much!

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It was a good day…

Posted in Published Works on September 29, 2008 by Ty Schwamberger

9/16 – That’s when I learned that not only my short story, ‘Thirst’, would be published in the Winter 08′ issue of Werewolf Magazine, but my novel length manuscript, Night School, was accepted by a book publisher.  For more info, check out the Published/Upcoming works section to your right.

First Published Story

Posted in Published Works with tags , , , on September 28, 2008 by Ty Schwamberger

‘Gnomus’, was the second short story I wrote but the first to be published.  It can be checked out here in the August 2008 edition of Orion’s Child Magazine.  Truth be told, these little things scare the jeepers outta me.

Welcome

Posted in About Me on September 28, 2008 by Ty Schwamberger

As you can see, this page is a work in progress.  But, unlike most websites that state this, I will make sure that it is updated often.  Hopefully that means that more of my work will be published and I’ll be able to tell the world about it.  In any event, Welcome and I hope you enjoy your visit. 

-Ty

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