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E-reading software...an update

Recently I accidentally pushed an old post griping about e-readers.  After quite a bit of research, my eventual solution was to purchase a nexus7:

I got this primarily for the form factor (it fits like a trade paperback in my hand),  and the price and performance are outstanding. 529 more words

Indie Authors

Writing only looks easy. But it can be learned.

Writing isn’t something you can sit down and do without training. It only looks that way.

I’ve noticed, of late, various posts and comments around the blog-o-sphere along the lines of ‘my book is good, because I got positive comments on Good Reads (or Amazon, or Smashwords), so why did an agent say it was terrible?’ 378 more words

Writing

"Derella's Sin" is Out!

The life and love a girl in a steampunk world is out at all the usual places.  If it tickles your fancy, give Derella’s Sin… 8 more words

Anne Frank: Her Words

Daniel Coenn’s Anne Frank: Her Words is a book that I find deeply disturbing: not because of the words of Anne Frank, but because it is the words of Anne Frank and nothing else. 272 more words

Publishing

Sibling Rivalry, book 2

Little Sister Licker, book 2 in the Sibling Rivalry series, is now LIVE on Smashwords! I’m already hard at work on book 3, Hungry for my Stepbrother’s Cock. 76 more words

Writing

A Trolling we Will Go Omnibus: The first three Fantasy stories of Humphrey and Gwendolyn

A Trolling We Will Go Omnibus:The Early Years Not only do I write Regency and Romance, but I also have delved into Fantasy.

The Trolling series, (the first three are in print) is the story of a man, Humphrey. 302 more words

Writing

Positive Energy by Leslie Carvery

Genres exist for a good reason. They provide both author and reader with a painless access point through which to approach and digest the work. While there is space within a genre piece to maneuver around the predetermined course of action, the piece must ultimately capitulate to demands or jeopardize its status. 595 more words

Leslie Carvery