How can I go from being a small town writer to being a published author?
The same way anyone does. Write a book. Get feedback and use it to edit the book. Submit the book to a suitable agent or publishers.
Also get the latest issue of Writer's Digest Magazine. They have a lot of good articles for writers on how to get started. There is also a book out by Writer's Digest called Writer's Market and it has all kind of agents that are looking for various writers and articles and books. However. there are guidelines you have to go by to submit your manuscript.
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