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Indie and self-published aren't the scurge!

I try not to get involved in the politics of all this stuff. It doesn’t really bother me normally but recently there have been a lot of Indie-bashing articles popping up on my feed (Twitter and Facebook). 898 more words

Beware of publishing rip-offs

A year or so ago I ran a self-publishing workshop at a northern book festival, explaining the various choices and challenges we authors encounter when trying to get our books first into print and then into readers’ hands. 419 more words

Some weekend reading

Happy Saturday! I hope those who are now embarked on summer holidays are enjoying them, and that the weather cooperates with any long-planned activities. Personally, I’m just getting to the end of a week off work, and I’m very slightly less tired than I was when it began, so I’m counting that as a tentative plus. 84 more words


Something All New Authors Should Read

I’m not the type of person to tell people what to do or what they should read.

Two weeks ago, I had come across a blog post by an author I follow had posted relating to new authors.  2,100 more words

Indie Authors

I'm publishing a book! And another one!

In 2015, I wrote a young adult novel called Bright Eyes during National Novel Writing Month. In 2016, I wrote its sequel, When Light Falls… 626 more words


Introducing Karl Kronfuss, author of High Tails of High Adventure

“Leona was outstanding. I may have given up if not for her patience and help. Thank you!”

After a successful career as a custom furniture builder, Karl Kronfuss has taken a position in a mothballed uranium processing facility in an effort to kick start a new career as a writer. 119 more words

Outskirts Press

Digital Vs. Print: A Self-Publisher's Debate

Being my own publisher means I work as writer, editor, marketer and more to get the job done. I get to make all my own decisions and I don’t have to answer to anyone but myself. 583 more words