So what might a writer learn from Locke? You’ve written a “good enough” novel–whatever you’ve decided that means. Maybe you just finished it for NaNoWriMo (and in which case, congratulations!).
Maybe you’re an experienced indie author still frustrated when you see other authors selling crazy amounts of books while sales of yours trickle in.
Maybe you’re an author who got a corporate deal–advance and all!–but your publisher never really got around to marketing you. Maybe you signed with Simon & Schuster, and they’re too busy with uploading and then deleting Snooki YouTube videos.amanda hocking, barry eisler, corporate publishing, Donovan Creed, independent publishing, Joe Konrath, John Locke, malcolm gladwell, marketing, Michael Connelly, occupy wall street, publishing, self-publishing, tipping point, traditional publishing