This is a great article, highly recommended. I won’t say which of the 10 I’ve been guilty of.
I found this article to have some interesting tidbits but most ideas are reinforcement of standard practices outlined in many other articles I’ve found.
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Interesting podcast to listen in on thoughts about two avenues for the author.
Great article. I recommend a read for all authors.
Originally posted on Author Kyle Perkins: by Kyle Perkins. Time for another rant. So, this year Virginia Johnson and I are hosting the Tampa Indie Author Book Convention, and we have had our ups and downs. From trying to find a place that could house all the people we expect to attend, to finding the right…
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For those just finishing up their work, I’ve learned from experience that this is the hard part coming. If you are like me and would rather write the next story, take a look at this blog update from IngramSpark.
I was reading this story in context of the fun (I’m being sarcastic here) that many indie authors must beg for reviews of our stories/books. It is an interesting dilemma for video game publishers and I’m curious if this trend could move into the book publishing.
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Just in time for Halloween, a informative article concerning the horror genre and the indie author. Many of the challenges are the same for any self-publishing author but the article provides some interesting insight.
Take a look.