Essay - See the Web Site, Buy the Book - NYTimes.com

It's an interesting question for writers - how much do we concentrate on publicity and promotion, and how much does that take away from the calm centre most of us need for creativity? As this article says, no one knows what effect a wonderful website has on the bottom line of selling books. (Because the cold hard bottom line is that unless authors follow -was it Oscar Wilde's advice? - of marrying money, we have to either sell books or have some paid employment that takes away the time to write.)

Dilemmas, dilemmas... I think I'll give up trying to solve it and go back to my chapter revision...


Essay - See the Web Site, Buy the Book - NYTimes.com