Okay, I ran late this week, so I’m providing coupons for 2 stories: Death by Chocolate – DY58W (good through Monday) The Business That Must Be Conducted in the Dark – EW39P (good through Monday) If you liked them, consider a) donating or b) writing a review. Heck, consider writing a review if you thought they were […]
WARNING: Subject to headdesk and foot in mouth. Please feel free to argue. This is my learning experience, too, you know. Okay, I haven’t tried any of these ideas yet; they’ve really only come up in the last few days, talking to fellow members of the marketing workshop. But I thought I’d throw them out
Now at Smashwords, Amazon, and Barnes and Noble. Death by Chocolate She could have everything she ever wanted…except chocolate. Ellie can’t see it, but she’s a saint. A good girl who takes care of her Grandie at the nursing home, recycles other people’s trash, and worries about getting her loans out on time so she
Coupon coming tomorrow from Smashwords! Now at Smashwords, Amazon, and Barnes and Noble. The Business That Must Be Conducted in the Dark Does it bother you to be a slave? (Warning: Mature Content) Master Zorac wants Annalise to follow him into the dark, but her programming won’t allow it…until she’s sent to capture him. Master
To prepare for a talk at Pikes Peak Writers’ Conference, I’ve been posting things on my regular website about Indy Publishing. It’s a try/fail kind of thing; however, if you’re interested, the articles are here. I’ve talked about the money I expect to make and about the fact that a LOT of people are pouring
I’m going to release Death by Chocolate, a short paranormal romance novel, this week to coincide with the Pikes Peak Writers’ Conference; there will be no June release to replace it, unless I get really stupid ambitious. The new story and DbC should be up tomorrow; look here for weekend coupons. As always, if you
WARNING: Subject to headdesk and foot in mouth. Please feel free to argue. This is my learning experience, too, you know. Here I am, encouraging you to be part of the problem and not part of the solution. Ian says: I think a bigger portion of the why [he’s not making Dean’s numbers] has to
WARNING: Subject to headdesk and foot in mouth. Please feel free to argue. This is my learning experience, too, you know. Okay, to begin with, I’m stealing right and left from Dean Wesley Smith. If you’re interested in the topic and you’re not reading his (and his wife Kristine Kathryn Rusch‘s) blog, you have problems.
I’ve been getting more stuff ready for the Pikes Peak Writers’ Conference today, in the middle of everything else. I was supposed to have this all done last week, but there you go. Anyway, I’m speaking on a panel called “Surviving the Publishing Apocalypse.” I’ll be speaking with Ian Healy and j.a. kazimer (aka Julie).
Maybe mornings are not the best, sharpest time to write blog posts, but that’s when I have time, so there you go. Yesterday Ray and I went up to Dave and Margie’s house for their Easter party. It’s funny how good times are hard to describe, but bad times made good drama. I had a