Rejected Books

As I read an article about rejected books this morning, featuring children’s author Seymour Chwast, I considered, if one of my books ever would have a chance to find a publishing company? Maybe not. Reasons: Too much autobiography, maybe too much philosophy, maybe not enough fashion, music, sports, fitness advice? I always enjoyed self-publishing, at first in German, now in English – not my native language, but I’m always proud, when a comment of one of my blog readers makes clear: he / she could understand me, though I’m only writing a specific frizzenglish. Mostly print editions are too expensive, but you can order my last book as a cheap (8 $) digital PDF-version (ignoring the soft cover or expensive hardcover versions): blurb.com: fragments-and-feedbacks
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related:
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http://www.theatlantic.com/entertainment/archive/2013/05/a-selection-of-kids-book-concepts-too-strange-to-publish/275503/
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blurb.com: fragments-and-feedbacks
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https://flickrcomments.wordpress.com/2011/01/13/books/
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