[Hidden-tech] Life Cycle of a Book

Neal Priestly neal.priestly at gmail.com
Wed Feb 27 17:22:33 EST 2013

You might take a peek at the blogs of Science Fiction authors John Scalzi (
whatever.scalzi.com) and Charles Stross (
www.antipope.org/charlie/blog-static/).  Both have written a great deal
about the process of writing and publishing and have done a bunch of it
with success through the major publishing process.

-Neal Priestly
 Free Range Technologist

On Wed, Feb 27, 2013 at 7:01 AM, Afranio Torres <webal at hotmail.com> wrote:

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> Hi There !!
> I was hoping if someone could help me out with my final project. I need to
> find out about the life cycle of a book when the writer writes it until the
> final distribution. I need just average numbers like it takes 3 months from
> start to finish, 1 week of editing, 2 months of publicity..... I am using
> the Publishing TrendSetter website and their picture to help me out. The
> more details the better. With famous books do they put the online version
> first or physical at the same time as e-books ? If you could suggest a
> website that contains more information, I would really appreciated that.
> Thanks in advance,
> Afranio Torres
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