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Happy Thanksgiving!

Salve! Happy Thanksgiving! From my family to yours, I truly hope you are spending this day with loved ones from near and far. If anyone hasn’t told you today that they are thankful for you, I am. 35 more words


A change is as good as ... and all that jazz!

Back in April, 2015, I wrote this post, There’ll Be Some Changes Made …

I find now, 2-1/2-years later, that I must make some further changes as to how I post to this blog and which books and authors I recommend. 397 more words

Book Recommendations

7 Reasons for Self-Published Authors to Give Thanks This Year

As Thanksgiving draws near, it’s time to take stock of everything there is to be grateful for. Family, friends, love, laughter … and the rich life of a self-published author! 492 more words

Outskirts Press

kllewellin reblogged this on K. Llewellin: Novelist and commented:

Happy Thanksgiving to those of you who celebrate it. I don't, but I saw this rather apt post by Outskirts Press and couldn't not share it. Yep, it's true! The internet, despite all its problems, is a gift to us indie authors....

Predators and newbies!!

I read a lot of books, articles and blogs about writing, about all aspects of writing – how others do it, how others plan and research it, how others try to get their words published/promoted/read by other people… writing for fun, writing for pleasure, writing for profit… I guess I just love everything about my hobby/pastime/craft/passion/life… 248 more words


A Little Update

The Broken Pocket Watch chapter 18 will be uploaded tomorrow, after which there will only be 4 chapters left. It’s taken quite a while to get to this point, but we’re nearly there now. 351 more words

In Your Corner: Putting the "Thanks!" in Thanksgiving

This year, as you settle down for the Thanksgiving holiday, it’s worth considering all the ways we can and ought to say “thanks” to our readers, especially during the holiday season.¬† 740 more words

The scheduling of editors and cover designers

Someone on Facebook asked me to talk about scheduling of releases with special emphasis on scheduling designers and editors.

The question was: since I talk about publishing three or four books year, how do I make sure that cover designers and editors fit in my schedule, because some of them need to be booked well in advance? 1,116 more words