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William Voelker, involved in self-publishing since 2012, has written both fiction and non-fiction since the late 1980s. His primary publishing work has been done through 100 Ton Press. Other work includes the layout and design of books for writers both locally and out-of-state. He has served as pastor of Our Redeemer Lutheran Church in Marshall since 2012, and is a graduate of Gustavus Adolphus College, the University of Kansas, and Concordia Seminary, St. Louis. Mr. Voelker is knowledgeable about Internet publishing opportunities and has assisted Guild members with publishing their works through Amazon.
Habits or Routines Associated with Your Writing (Excerpt)
Sounds are important: whether the scritch of the pen's nib on good paper, the satisfying click of the keys springing up after they've been smacked down, or whatever music fits the project, the sounds of and around writing have their effect on the process. These sounds don't give content to the writing, but can and usually do open up space for words to fill.
William Voelker -- July 2016
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