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Monkey Business in Publishing

I’ve posted before about All Romance eBooks, which I’ve always regarded as a nice little niche market for my work, despite eccentricities like taking $1 off my royalties if they paid me through PayPal, and constant “sales,” not to mention … Continue reading

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Paradise with Power Cuts: How to Be a Digital Nomad

Writer and editor Jennifer Barclay took a huge leap of faith when she left her London publishing job to move to the small Greek island of Tilos, where she basks in the natural beauty of her surroundings and still continues … Continue reading

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Bob Mayer speaks up

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

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Some thoughts on indie authors, and a review

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

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