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Writing and Running: On Triumph And Sacrifice

Writing a book is like running a marathon. You start out feeling great. You’re flying. You’re not tired yet (not even a little bit!) and you fucking love what you’re doing. 765 more words


Writer Wednesday

Last week’s WW was so successful, that I decided to open up the comments to questions about book marketing:


Specifically, what do YOU need help doing, to get the word out? 50 more words


2014 Alabama Book Festival!

I know I’m posting a lot lately, but I HAD to let everyone know about this awesome event!

If you have a chance, come out to the… 120 more words


One Way to Get Multiple Book Cover Designs to Choose From

By: Ebonye Gussine Wilkins

Recently, I saw the cover for a not-yet-published book that made me scratch by head. The cover design itself was beautiful (good job to the graphic artist), but the choice of words written on the cover gave me pause (why will be mentioned in a future post).  189 more words

Learning From Others

Echoes is now available (almost) EVERYWHERE! Find it on your choice of vendor!

Some of you may be aware that I’ve been working to add Echoes to other online retailers besides Amazon and B&N.

Well, I’ve succeeded. I have now made Echoes available on… 58 more words


Be sensible about open access, but it's still a good thing!

In a recent paper published in Trends in Plant Science, Anurag Angrawal presents a few “reasons to be skeptical of open-access publishing” (Angarwal, 2014) in order to stimulate debate over the current open access (OA) publishing model. 449 more words