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Profit for Indie Authors: Bunk and Bologna

In my preparations to publish, I have been pouring over tons of research and speculation on the actual numbers behind the publishing industry, and more specifically the potential incomes of indie authors. 506 more words

New Writer

The Role of Magic in Literature (Part 1)

Magic is one of the coolest and most alarming elements in fantasy literature. It’s one that many people get hung up on. They can’t get past it. 130 more words

Endurance In Writing

The Beta Reading process: Not as terrifying as I thought

I am not  formally trained in writing fiction. That is the most important thing I’ve had to factor into my preparations to publish. I have easily read over a hundred fantasy novels in my day. 436 more words

New Writer

Look at My Competition

The Goliath of Young Adults fiction, Scholastic Books, has come out with another really big project–the Spirit Animals series by Brandon Mull.

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Book Reviews

Better Than a Potato in a Minefield ... FIREFIGHT by Brandon Sanderson

In February 2014, my bride-to-be and I drove to South Padre Island to scout out what proved to be our wedding location. Accompanying us on that 12-hour round trip was Brandon Sanderson’s STEELHEART, read by MacLeod Andrews. 724 more words

The Mime Order Review & Giveaway

Update: This giveaway has ended. The winner is Ashley of City Girl Scapes! Thank you all for signing up!

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Book list from 2014, books planned for 2015

While I love to read, 2014 was not a year for lots of books for me. I am lukewarm about several that I read, but other books did impress me–and I am picky about literature. 1,749 more words