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Common Services for Indie Authors: Are They Worth It?

I’m in the process of finalizing my first non-fiction book for publication. (So stoked!) I’ll reveal more about that soon, but today I want to explore a topic all indie authors face: where to invest our money. 870 more words

August Mclaughlin

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Let me share this blog post with you. It contains excellent hints and tips when it comes to services for indie authors. The blog is written by August McLaughlin. She is an award-winning health and sexuality writer, radio personality and creator of the empowering female sexuality brand #GirlBoner.

Loving A Little Love From Kirkus, indieBRAG, et al.

OK, remember my last post, about the “necessary evils of self-promotion”? Well, here we go, right here… sit back and enjoy a little “sonata for horn ensemble”… 1,020 more words

Get Your Book Reviewed Here

Happy Birthday, Conscious Book Reviews!

Hi! Thanks for stopping by. I’m C.G. Rousing, author of the empowering, metaphysical fantasy for-all-ages ~ Thoughts To Die For… 519 more words

Kirkus Reviews, Jesusita

Kirkus Reviews has proclaimed Jesusita to be “a bleak look at a bitter life that may be too much for readers to bear.” The same could be said about… 28 more words

Reviews & Media

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Lament for the Afterlife is a “Must Read”!

About a week ago, Kirkus Reviews published John DeNardo’s “Must-Read Speculative Fiction Books Coming Out in August” … 77 more words

Book Reviews

          I don’t look at book review often, usually it’ll be from a friend or if the writer has written other books. But reviewers do have some importance from said friends on whether a book is a good enough read to pass on information, and in one way or another a friend can be a book reviewer. 406 more words


The Next 10 of 2015

Whoa, talk about a hiatus! The summer sun has beckoned me poolside and away from writing about bewks (although it has greatly encouraged me to read more bewks). 464 more words

The Challenge