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Mulling over Title/Cover Change...

So I’m considering changing the title and cover for WHISKEY.

Truth be told, I like the cover and the title as it is… but I’m concerned it isn’t “connected” enough to HOOD so that the casual observer who sees it will recognize that it’s the sequel. 142 more words

Amazon's Author and Publisher nightmare

How could this process be so difficult? One author plus two books. Easy! But not. Even though CreateSpace and Kindle are owned by Amazon, none of them speak to each other properly.  178 more words

Writing

When to Ignore Negative Feedback

by Tonya R. Moore

I think we call all agree that getting feedback on our writing is very important. Most of the time—whether it’s positive or negative, feedback serves to encourage or help us grow. 392 more words

Writing

I went to Futurebooks 16 and thought some things

Futurebooks is the part of The Bookseller that, unsurprisingly, deals with the future of books. This one day conference was held on December 2nd in London and had three events running concurrently under one roof: Futurebooks, EdTech (about education technology) and an Audiobooks strand. 1,206 more words

Book Launch: Clara and Claire by Lindsey Richardson

Today I’m celebrating a friend and fellow author’s book launch of her new novel, CLARA AND CLAIRE.

One thing I love about authors is how much we support each other. 89 more words

Writing

No. 3251

Yorkshire Chi Drinker. By CpSingleton © 2016

I drunk my weight in chi today

It made the gremlins fly away.

It brought to bed a sun instead… 119 more words

Poetry

Now Available: A Few Good Ghosts

Katy Lindstrom is pretty handy with a cup of coffee and a Tupperware container—it’s what she uses to capture even the most elusive ghosts.

But when a powerful necromancer unleashes a new type of ghost in Springside and traps Katy and her friend Belinda inside the Springside Pancake House, it’s not the ghost, but the cracks in their friendship that may do the most harm.

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Writing