This little "revolutionary" ebook is designed a "vest pocket" primer for writers in the early stages of figuring out how to get their books read (and a few grins for the more experienced.)
The light-hearted approach doesn't conceal the firm guidance of both procedure and attitude for new author/publishers. From the first decisions, to avoiding the traps and pitfalls, to the overall accumulation of what it takes to be an author with readers, the Lil Red Book is an invaluable guide along the Long March to discovery.
Born in Occupied Japan, schooled in Asia, now a 25year resident of Latin America, Linton Robinson's status as a born outsider is reflected in his books. Robinson worked as journalist for years, winning awards and placing articles in top American magazine and newspaper markets. This was followed by a brief career as a photographer, also with credits in top markets. He then moved into mailorder catalogs, with noted success, before switching to newspapers in Mexico and Guatemala.
His syndicated columns "Flesh Wounds" and "Weekend Warrior" were cult favorites in the nineties. He is currently working on novels and screenplays and doing videos.
A revolutionary approach to writing. Wish I'd thought of that. Leon Trotsky
If you're going to be a running dog, run with the big dogs. Mao Tse Tung
Writers arise! You have nothing to lose but your chain letters. Josef Stalin
Writing is just like any other form of warfare. Except for the guns and bombs and blood and all that crap. Fidel Castro