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Guest author: Rachael Ritchey ~ The Making of an Anthology

The Crux Anthology is out today! Check out this guest post Sue Vincent was kind enough to let me share on her blog about the making of this book! And don’t forget to get your copy today in support of these talented writers and our effort to raise money to donate to Compassion International.

Sue Vincent's Daily Echo

How does one get from A to XYZ without losing one’s mind?

Simple. Forego the mind altogether.

Actually, that advice doesn’t even begin to explain how putting together an anthology might actually work, so let’s start from the top.

The Who

My name is Rachael Ritchey. I’m an indie author who publishes my own work through RR Publishing. I know. Terribly clever name for my publishing business!

I not only publish my own works through my business, I also offer services to other indie authors for cover and interior design.

Someday I’d like to be a small publishing house that has something to offer besides my meager assistance with design work.

How does this relate to the making of an anthology? The short answer is it doesn’t. The long answer is more nuanced, I think.

I have been designing book covers for a few years now, and I regularly design…

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11 thoughts on “Guest author: Rachael Ritchey ~ The Making of an Anthology”

    1. I’ve just had enough experience and mistake-making to be a little better at it than I used to be, that’s all. Anybody could do it if they had such a desire. Thank you for thinking so highly of me, though, Roger! ❤

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