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A. L. Kaplan Wins This Week's Indies Unlimited Flash Fiction Challenge.

AL Kaplan is the readers’ choice in this week’s Indies Unlimited Flash Fiction Challenge.

The winning entry is rewarded with a special feature in their site today and a place in there collection of winners which will be published as an e-book at year end.

Flash.Fiction: Time and Tide

Yes, it’s another Indies Unlimited Flash Fiction contest entry.  It’s unusual for me to do two so close together, but when I looked at the picture, I couldn’t resist.   372 more words

Writing

Trailer Time: Coolness By Request

I received a request (by a fan) to feature this book trailer. Well, there’s good news and band news. Let’s take a look:

First, I’ve got to give props to Laurie Boris for the clever (and appropriate) concept. 651 more words

Marketing

Writing Blogs

Where Writers Win (wherewriterswin.com) is a terrific resource on marketing for writers. Each of its online newsletters is packed with helpful information and there are additional resources available for members of its “The Winners Circle.” program. 256 more words

Flash.Fiction: The Ghosts of Northgate

Every week, Indies Unlimited has a flash fiction contest, and every now and then, the image and prompt calls to me. I love all things grizzly and creepy. 394 more words

Writing

Do Yourself a Favor: Edit Your Book

Yesterday, Lorraine Devon Wilke was a guest blogger on Indies Unlimited. After starting out with the Amazon/Hachette debate, her post, The Persistence of Self-Publishing Stigmas and How To Transcend Them… 1,069 more words

Writing

From INDIES UNLIMITED: The Persistence of Self-Publishing Stigmas and How To Transcend Them

From INDIES UNLIMITED: The Persistence of Self-Publishing Stigmas and How To Transcend Them

In the world of independent writing there exists an enormous pool of resources designed to guide, educate, inform, cheerlead and help independent writers. 379 more words