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Whose Fantasy Is This Anyway? Part 4

Whose Fantasy Is This Anyway?

Part 4 – The Special Challenges of Blending Genres

This is the fourth of a five part series about authors navigating fantasy’s many overlapping subgenres (see also parts 1, 2 and 3: … 335 more words

Book Marketing

Good Friday Giveaway

In honor of Christ’s supreme sacrifice, I’m giving away e-copies of Bride Tree, a sweeping allegory of the church set in the tumultuous period of the French Revolution. 24 more words

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An Incredible Marketing Case Study, with Author-Illustrator Lori Richmond (and Christine Keleny) 

“The most interesting marketing opportunities are those that are unconventional.” That is how author-illustrator Lori Richmond sums up the case study we are about to present here. 526 more words

Marketing

How to Set a Goal and Stick with it

Raise your hand if you’ve ever made a goal for yourself and failed to accomplish it. I can’t see you, but I’m going to assume you’ve all put your hand up. 1,518 more words

Book Marketing

Whose Fantasy Is This Anyway? Part 3

Whose Fantasy Is This Anyway?

Part 3 – The Paranormal Problem

This is the third of a five part series about authors navigating fantasy’s many overlapping subgenres (please also see   427 more words

Book Marketing

authors: book clubs are underrated

I launched my memoir, Under the Birch Tree, ten months ago. My book events have wound down and are now inching along in pace with the spring weather. 858 more words

Memoir