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More favourite book blogs!

Over a year ago I wrote a post sharing my favourite book blogs, and while I still love all of those very much (at least those that still exist – RIP Noteable Pad), I’ve discovered a lot of wonderful new bloggers in the past year. 584 more words


Bound Available Now in the Amazon Marketplace! Special Offer for Prospective Reviewers! Patreon Exclusives! Don't Miss Out!

The Day is officially upon us, as I am officially starting my promotion for my published Romance Novel Bound. It’s been officially published for many months now, but a lot of the previous editions were just me feeling out the process and finalizing everything. 379 more words


How to earn big by reviewing books?

There’s a very famous dialogue from the movie Batman that Joker recites. The dialogue is, “If you are good at something, never do it for free!” This dialogue became the preamble of the constitution that every entrepreneur follows but most of the people misses a very important point of this dialogue and in this article, we’ll discuss mostly about that point. 695 more words


#ThursdayThoughts: Reviewer Mismatches & Target Markets

A while back I submitted both the Lone Prospect and the Dawn Warrior to a Self Publishing Fantasy Blog Off Contest, basically, ten book review bloggers agree to review 30 self published fantasy novels each and choose the best one for that year (even though the books don’t have to be published in that year.) 300 books, 1 prize. 920 more words


The Tiger's Watch

The Tiger’s Watch 

by Julia Ember

Sixteen-year-old Tashi has spent their life training as a inhabitor, a soldier who spies and kills using a bonded animal.

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PullRequest wants to be your company code reviewer

(Source: techcrunch.com)

PullRequest is a startup with a twist on the on-demand economy. It wants to be your company code checker. It takes care of finding code review experts, who can check for bugs, security issues, coding standards and performance problems. 386 more words


Aw, those poor authors of 'overlooked books'

Yes, I know, some publishers won’t turn your manuscript into a book if they don’t think it’s going to sell 50,000 copies or more. Gosh, 40,000 copies must be a real downer causing middle management shake-ups, angry calls to agents who promised everything, and getting the book tagged as one of the most overlooked books of the year. 526 more words