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Author of the Month at KPReading

Interviewing is always fun. Even more so when the interview is conducted by another author and the questions are super creative. What I really like about interviews? It’s the chance to dig deep and find answers to questions I didn’t

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A Brand New Autumn-themed Anthology

Anthologies are fun, fun, fun to write. All they need is a short story, which doesn’t take up too much space on the regular schedule. And, shorts are a welcome change from my long series work. So, I try to

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My Kindle Scout Experience: Stage 3 – Winning Kindle Scout (And After)

Welcome back to my ongoing series about my experience with Kindle Scout. Today’s post is all about the results and the aftermath. So, after the 30 day campaign phase, there is a waiting period. During which you wait to hear

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My Kindle Scout Experience: Stage 2 – The Campaign (The Final 10 Days)

Welcome back to my ongoing series about my experience with Kindle Scout. I’m wrapping things up now, here’s the end of the CAMPAIGN (The Final 10 Days). Today’s part is really short. Not because it was physically short (10 days

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My Kindle Scout Experience: Stage 2 – The Campaign (The 10 Days in the Middle)

Welcome back to my ongoing series about my experience with Kindle Scout. Today I get into the most excruciating part of the CAMPAIGN (The 10 Days in the middle). Yup, the 30 day campaign is pretty darn long when you

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