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Getting to know you a little better

Most weeks, I talk about something that comes to my mind, something that interests me. This week, I’d like to talk about you. I’d like to get to know you a little better. 162 more words


What do you gain from reading eBooks?


I promised to balance a previous post on The Joy of a Bookshop with a look at the advantages of reading eBooks, so here it is. 728 more words


5 Ways to Optimise your Facebook Author Page

Today is the last post of my blog tour for ‘Take Me to the Castle.’ Join me over at 30 Day Books, hosted by Laura and Brandon, for a guest post on how to optimise your author Facebook page to interact with readers and share your news, reach more people to join your mailing list and add book giveaways. 19 more words


Editorial Advertising - Type of Publication

Calling all publications!

When choosing the best type of publication in which to write your editorials, one option is to go with free publications that you’d find in grocery stores, pharmacies, physicians offices, health clubs, etc.  263 more words

From the World of Historical Fiction - Readers Share Their Perspectives (2012)

From March 14th to April 3, 2012, I conducted a survey of historical fiction readers. In total, 805 individuals responded. The data sheds light on preferences and habits of historical fiction readers and offers interesting insights to writers and others in the publishing world. 59 more words

Historical Fiction

Historical Fiction Survey - who responded?

Not in my wildest dreams did I imagine receiving almost 800 responses to a survey I launched seventeen days ago. One hundred maybe or, if luck intervened, perhaps two hundred but certainly not the 795 as reported an hour ago. 273 more words

Historical Fiction

Where you be?

Would you mind doing me a(nother) wee favor?  I’m doing some planning (Me?  Planning?  I know, right.) for the coming year, and I wondered if you could just take a sec to let me know where you live.   129 more words