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Should you bother with making a paperback?

This is my second go around as a published author, I was published for a time in the early days of the indie scene, and during both my previous time as an author and my current career I have come across the question posed in this post’s header. 832 more words

Artwork disobedience . . . and ads again!

I read news articles about AI threatening humanity and how we’ll all be eaten by robots and I scoff. I wasn’t not scoffing when that same AI came along and took a bite out of my arse. 492 more words

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Publishing changes for indie authors

There have been a few major changes in indie publishing the last month, esp before Xmas, and I want to inform you of the ones I know about. 467 more words


This Week in Links: January 16 - 20

For Rights Holders:

The Pro Bono Marketing Staff Every Self-Published Author Has at Their Fingertips – via The Book Designer – Learn how an expertly published book can stand in for a team of professionals. 206 more words


Where it All Began: My Journey Into Self-Publishing

There are a number of misconceptions out there surrounding self-publishing — some of the biggest being that “printing books is expensive” and self-publishing your book won’t “get the book to the masses” — therefore, not giving you any income as a result of self-publishing your book. 319 more words

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Now in Paperback: The Anonymous Gift

The Anonymous Gift is now available in paperback.  Click the cover image above to grab your copy today!



So I want to share this with you guys :) When I was going through the earlier drafts of the novel, one of the most motivating things for me was watching other peoples’ unboxing videos on youtube, thinking, ‘Work at this, Nikki! 88 more words