We all share one thing in common, right???
It was so much fun at LDStorymakers Conference!
There were all sorts of writers there.
Testing the waters ones. Aspiring ones. Published ones . . . It was a conglomerate of many people joining together in an effort to share the craft.
I've just recently visited a friend's blog who was there. She felt sad that a few of the published authors shrunk into themselves, ignoring those who weren't published. I personally didn't get those same vibes as she did there, but I've experienced it elsewhere and have wondered on it.
I wonder why anyone would do that, since going beyond the small world of oneness to get your book out is the best way to, well, promote!
It reminds me of the feudal system. Kings, lords, knights, peasants . . .
Have you ever had an experience where you were snubbed by a published author? (Are there class levels within the published author world? Like: Neener neener, I have 11 books out and you only 1.)
(photos found here and here)
B&W photo of peasants revolting
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