Explanation of the Name “Endever Publishing Studios”

There are only 7 days left; the deadline to get your 500-word story in is February 25th. The cost is $10 and three finalists will have their stories published on this blog, and the winner will win $150, plus first dibs on publishing a short story with Endever. Click here for more details. Several weeks agoContinue reading “Explanation of the Name “Endever Publishing Studios””

Writers! Fifteen Days Left to Win $150

Time’s ticking. We want to make sure everyone knows to get their 500-word short stories in by February 25th to not only win $150, but to get published. Here’s how it works and what this is for… (if you already know the details, save yourself some time and go ahead and reblog this or share thisContinue reading “Writers! Fifteen Days Left to Win $150”

3 Ways Endever Will Differ From Other Publishers

I’ve been talking a lot about how my publishing company, Endever, will stand apart from traditional publishing houses. I’ve started a blog that will walk you through the journey of getting it up and running. I encourage you to click on the link below to take you to it and watch the five-minute video aboutContinue reading “3 Ways Endever Will Differ From Other Publishers”

Meet Lynn, Partner and Co-Founder of Endever Publishing Studios

Lynn Galloway is one of two people I have chosen to help me get Endever off the ground and running into a full-blown publishing company. Please take a moment to get to know her.    My name is Lynn Galloway and I reside in the beautiful state of Colorado. I live about thirty minutes awayContinue reading “Meet Lynn, Partner and Co-Founder of Endever Publishing Studios”

How Starting a Business is Like Space Travel

  Starting a business, as you might guess, is pretty terrifying. I trust you know all about the writing contest my publishing company, Endever, is hosting. We will be awarding the best 500-word story $150 as well as publication on this blog AND on Endever’s new blog. Anyway, my partners and I are like three astronauts strapped toContinue reading “How Starting a Business is Like Space Travel”

I’m A Wire Walker

Recently I watched The Walk, starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt, and directed by Forrest Gump’s Robert Zemeckis (back in true form!). It’s about the guy who walked from one Trade Center building to the other – on a tightrope. Besides this movie being added to my favorites (The King’s Speech, Moneyball, and Frost/Nixon), I gained a new hero. Many people, I’m sure, wouldContinue reading “I’m A Wire Walker”

What’s In A Name?

Starting a publishing company is super overwhelming. And it’s even more overwhelming if you don’t know the name of the company yet! It’s out there, I know. I just have to find it. I’ve thought of names such as Deep Blue Publishing Kats and Dogs Publishing (in honor of my daughter Katherine and our two dogs) DucksContinue reading “What’s In A Name?”