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99 Cents or Free Books Today

There’s a massive short on a power line up the road, and the lights are making like a disco here, so I’m guessing that the power is going to go out for a bit when someone comes to fix it. 101 more words

Writing & Indie Thoughts

The Story Reading Ape reblogged this on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog..... An Author Promotions Enterprise! and commented:

Get these and you'll get great stories at bargain prices :D

Mashup-Germany

Mashup-Germany is a massive figure in European mashup. His work tends to be different from other mashup artists, as he produces short stand alone mixes normally only a few minutes long.  143 more words

Mashup Review

All Day - Girl Talk

Girl Talk is probably the most well known mashup artist in the world, and as such All Day is one of the most downloaded mashup albums of all time.  192 more words

Mashup Review

Fuck Bitches Get Euros - Super Mash Bros

If you’re new to the mashup scene Fuck Bitches Get Euros is the place to start. In 30 minutes Super Mash Bros take everything you thought you knew about music and mashup and smash it to pieces. 185 more words

Mashup Review

Sell More Books Through Amazon Links

I was reading a post on D.G. Kaye’s blog where she was explaining that “when we post links to our books on Amazon and people from different countries of the world click on them, you may be losing potential readers because many countries have their own country code in the URL and believe it or not, if they land on Amazon.com and aren’t tech savvy to navigate to their own country page, it results in a potentially lost sale.” 623 more words

Marketing

The Story Reading Ape reblogged this on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog..... An Author Promotions Enterprise! and commented:

I'm so happy to see this article - it explains the subject of GLOBAL sale much better than me in my article at: http://thestoryreadingapeblog.com/2014/07/18/authors-a-little-advice-that-will-increase-your-book-promotions-reach/ AND it gives some links for authors to get third party Global Links for their Amazon books. THANK YOU Nicholas and Ryan! :D

Meet Guest Author Stanley Morris

I remember it being a cold, windy day on the beach at Half Moon Bay. We were coming home from camp where I had been a counselor for the sixth graders. 1,571 more words

Authors

An Interview with Guest Author Richard Sutton

Q: What brought you to writing?

Reading. I was the kind of kid that reads both sides of the cereal box, then gets bored through the rest of breakfast. 2,110 more words

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