Things Jane Austen and Charles Dickens Never Did as a Writer

How would  Charles Dickens and Jane Austen fare as writers marketing their books in today’s world?  The value of their contributions cannot be questioned, but how would they cope with technology and the added demands of promotion in today’s marketplace?  Let’s pretend Charles and Jane are contemporaries and very close friends.  Observe as they wrestle with the challenges of the modern writer. According to writer, Kathleen Baldwin, here are six things, these greats would never have to do:

http://kathleenbaldwin.com/writing-challenges/six-things-charles-dickens-jane-austen-never-had -to-do/

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Regina Jeffers is the award-winning author of Austenesque, Regency and contemporary novels.
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One Response to Things Jane Austen and Charles Dickens Never Did as a Writer

  1. Dear Regina,
    I chose you for the Very Inspiring Blog Award. Thank you for inspiring me with wonderful information to help me improve my writing. Read more about this award here: http://joanyedwards.wordpress.com/2012/12/25/i-gave-the-very-inspiring-blogger-awards-to-15-blogs/
    Never Give Up
    Joan Y. Edwards

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