Tags » Publishing » Page 2

Spotify vs Tidal

Prelude :

There are audio samples at the bottom of this post. I still recommend everyone downloads and tries both platforms for themselves, as my audio ran through my converters and preamps. 1,064 more words

The Holy Grail of the Discoverability Process

The real “social media” at work.

“DISCOVERABILITY” – the bane of all Indie writers. If you are (or were) like me, you spent a lot of time thinking, planning, plotting about how to get “discovered”. 315 more words

The Copyists symposium @ ICA 23.03.2015

“We are living in an archive of gestures: all possible moments have already been represented in advertisements.”

Repetition, re-enactment, repurposing and republication at the ICA, with Michael Bracewell, David Campany, Sarah Dobai, Tom McCarthy, Jo Melvin et al. 23 more words


Sucking Readers into Your Story: the Narrative Hook

The narrative hook is how you grab readers’ attention from the onset. It’s a speedy way to draw readers into your story, making readers want to know what’s going to happen. 499 more words


Authors – Stop Bitching!

I am sick of seeing authors bitching about self-publishing and the influx of indie writers. I do not consider myself an indie writer since I have not published a novel, so I am not personally offended. 307 more words


The Rumors of Larry's Death Were Not Greatly Exaggerated (Part 9)

From the articles I have read, most of today’s authors follow fairly rigid disciplines and begin writing at a set hour. Each has a certain amount of words they hope to write for the day. 322 more words


No. 1003

Chico The Rainmaker. By CpSingleton © 2015

There’s a guy underneath my window

Who swishes like a car in rain.

He stands there on the nicest days, 142 more words