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And so, 2020 starts out intense right out of the gate! But although our attention is drawn to a possible war brewing with Iran due to an impulsive act of political assassination by the hapless idiot acting as our president, … Continue reading →
My LGBT historical novel Time of Grace is free for two days, Sunday, July 16 and Monday, July 17 on Amazon. Although Time of Grace has been in the Kindle Unlimited program for a while now, I’d like to take … Continue reading →
It’s that time of year, and I wanted to give thanks for the lists of author resources that are out there! I wanted to mention a few of them that feature Edit for Indies. First and foremost, I was particularly … Continue reading →
‘Building Character’ by Kate Genet, 2012, Kindle/Smashwords ($6.99) The summer months are difficult ones for indie authors, who tend to see sales of their full-length ebooks diminish. A book that came out last month without much fanfare is Kate Genet’s … Continue reading →
‘Pennance’ by Clare Ashton, 2012, Createspace pbk (8.99)/Kindle ($2.99) When I first came across Clare Ashton’s debut novel on Kindle, I confess I frowned slightly at the title and thought that it was possibly a typo for “Penance.” It’s not, … Continue reading →
To showcase some of the great indie writing out there, I want to do a occasional profile of writers who are producing impressive work via ebook. Kate Genet is an eclectic and prolific New Zealand novelist who is perhaps best … Continue reading →
Bob Mayer, whom I mentioned in my last post, wrote this great new blog post today–very blunt, very scintillating–about the nasty divide that’s opened up between traditionally pubbed authors and indie authors, each claiming their turf and saying their way … Continue reading →
I think every now and then these days about what it means to be an indie author. For me, it’s meant being able to publish a literary novel that I thought was never going to make it into the light … Continue reading →