Michael Doane

Michael Doane is the author of The Crossing. Born in Baltimore, Maryland in 1989, Mike is also the co-host of Between Pages Podcast and book strategist at Writing Inbound. He regularly publishes poetry on www.medoane.com.
87 articles written by Michael Doane
The Literary Merits of Tom Clancy, Sara Nović’s Girl At War, and My First (Little) Break As A Writer

3/12/17 “The Literary Merits of Tom Clancy, Sara Nović’s Girl At War, and My First (Little) Break As A Writer”

Today in literary history, Tom Clancy was born in 1947 in my home city of Baltimore, MD. It might be a little too easy to write Clancy off as a pulp novelist and ignore his serious contributions to the American canon. But what we have to remember is that even Shakespeare was writing for a popular audience in his own time, which is what made his work so lasting.

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Michael Doane shares his self-publishing journey.

If you’re a writer, you’ve probably thrown around the pros and cons of self-publishing more than once or twice. Maybe you’ve even bought into the myths that traditional publishing naturally gets you more recognition, or that you’ll make more money with a real publisher. But all this is changing. It’s easier now than ever to find your specific audience and build a direct relationship with them.

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