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Seven Reasons for Unsuccessful Book Promotion

Often, authors mail their manuscripts and book proposals to publishers and literary agents saying that their work is ready for publishing. However, the fact is a majority of authors’ work is not feasible for successful publishing and promotion in the market. 864 more words

Book Promotion

Interview with Author Janis Kearney

Janis F. Kearney, publisher, author, oral historian and literacy advocate, is one of 19 children born to Arkansas Delta sharecroppers, and cotton farmers. She graduated from the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville with a B.A. 2,354 more words

Why you need an editor

If you’re reading this, the chances are you’re thinking of self-publishing. You’ve spent hours writing. You’re proud of your work, but nervous about how it will be received. 525 more words


Easter Presents come early: Free Ebook

Easter time is upon us and we are all bound to enjoy some extra time relaxing at home.  How about a bit of reading for you bookworms out there while you munch on your chocolate eggs? 102 more words

Indie Author

An interview on Skipping Midnight with Laura Kenyon

Yesterday, I had the pleasure to be interviewed by fellow author, Laura Kenyon on her beautiful blog, Skipping Midnight. It was a chat about my writing and the writing process itself which I utterly enjoyed.  319 more words

Indie Author

I've seen the publishing revolution (and it is white and male).

While we’re on the subject, this was originally part of the previous post on the New Yorker‘s Amazon article, but it got kinda long so I split it out. 699 more words

Publishing & Media

Rock-Bottom Reminders

T.S. Eliot held that April is the cruelest month. After waking up Tuesday morning (Tax Day and three weeks into Spring) and finding an inch of snow covering the green grass and the budding trees, I’m starting to agree with him. 379 more words