About poetry: On page 141, second
paragraph, fifth line: It sharpened my mind and senses, and enlarged my soul. I even made
a few bucks publishing in a few poetry journals listed in The Writer's Market. I
Iearned that poetry that fails is often overly sentimental, while poetry that succeeds
usually touches both the heart and the mind.
About e-rights for books: On page 187, last paragraph on the page,
beginning with the first sentence: You will want to know if the publisher you contact
wants e-rights only, print rights, or all rights. As you know, "all rights" is
seldom good for you, so read your contract very carefully and make sure you understand
exactly what rights you are surrendering. Usually, an explanation of how an e-publisher
does business... [and so on as written).
Updates for publishing and self-publishing your book, novel, ebook can be found in the new inexpensive and concise guide, Sell Your Book.