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What you need to know about Open Access

Thank you to Louise Tripp for delivering today’s Research Bites session on Open Access (OA). If you missed it, or would like to look at the slides again, we’ve made them available on… 57 more words


List of Literary Magazines Accepting Blog-Published Fiction

Because I’m a newbie original fiction writer (been in fanfic for 5 years), I didn’t realize by publishing my short stories on the internet it’s much more difficult to get it published in a literary magazine.   687 more words


Jay Dee reblogged this on I Read Encyclopedias for Fun and commented:

Got some fiction that you've already published online or in a blog? Well, here's a list of magazines that will accept submissions that were published online already.

How Can Kindle Unlimited Improve Your Sales?

Kindle Unlimited

For $9.99 per month, customers can check out up to 10 Kindle e-books from an extensive library of 600,000 titles at Amazon. All books enrolled in KDP Select are participating (plus 100,000 others from mostly small presses). 1,823 more words

Book Sales

Jay Dee reblogged this on I Read Encyclopedias for Fun and commented:

This is a very thorough look at how Kindle Unlimited could help book sales, or even hurt them. Check out this post by Chris McMullen. I think it's very useful and makes you think if you're an indie author.

How To Maximize Your Chances of Getting Published

Here’s a scenario: You just completed a short story or poem. Now it’s time to start sending it out to literary journals, right?

How about this one: You powered through and completed your manuscript. 209 more words


6 Reasons Why You Need a Ghostwriter

Looking to finish that book you’ve been planning to write, but don’t have the time, energy, or inspiration to do it? Here are six reasons why a ghostwriter may be the solution for you: 547 more words


Seven Reasons Not to Write Novels and Only One Reason to Write Them

Another great post at Three Penny Review

by Javier Marías

I can think of seven reasons not to write novels:

First: There are too many novels and too many people writing them. 1,667 more words


In celebration of the release of Ethereal (July 26th), I just thought I’d share this picture.  I think it’s pretty fitting for the situation.