Dustus Blog— Top Post (First Year)

Old scaleThe Scales of Dustus: Author reviews the experience of reading his novel in Paperback  vs.  on the Amazon Kindle
—by Adam Dustus

Over the past year I have been fortunate to realize a lifelong goal.  Ever since I discovered the sheer pleasure of connecting with books, I dreamed of becoming a thought-provoking novelist.  Having always wondered what it would be like to read my own novel for the first time in paperback, I finally earned the privilege of enjoying the physical proof of High School Asylum.  I was inspired and moved to work even harder by the pivotal experience.  Stirred by many emotions of satisfaction and gratitude, I wrote about that day I received my proof copies on The Dustus Blog  (Twice the Proofs on January 7th). After tearing open the UPS envelope, I marveled at the cover; then read all 366 pages.  Smiling for days, I kept thinking, “Wow, my first novel in paperback!  Can anything top this?” … Read Entire Article
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What I like most about this article, besides having created the visual element, is that this effort was my first official guest blog—posted on WebDoctus.com in August. Being a proud computer nerd and into social media, I visit that website all the time.  So it was truly an honor to be asked to contribute to such a cool site.  Thank you, Michael Duvall!
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One Response to “Dustus Blog— Top Post (First Year)”

  1. I need to get busy and start reading your work. I am always late in the game…..

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