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Another One Leaves The Nest

The thrilling, heartbreaking, and unputdownable third book of The Lightbound Saga–Maia and the Regency Protocol–is now live. All I need to do until the book tour happens next month is send out print copies to some very special people who

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Posted in on my books, on writing, thoughtful thursdays

Kindle Scout Goes Global

Kindle Scout, Amazon’s crowdsourcing publishing platform, is now available to authors worldwide. Amazon launched Kindle Scout in the U.S. in October 2014. It lets the author provide excerpts from a new, unpublished novel of 50,000 words or more and the

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The Amazon Workplace Brouhaha

I have been out on vacation land for the last few days and been reading the Amazon workplace debate raging all over the interwebs. For a while I did not think I had time to comment and then a part

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Why Brilliant Books Is Offering Refunds To Customers Who Purchased “Go Set A Watchman”

From Melville House: The publication of Harper Lee‘s Go Set A Watchman has been controversial. But while many have raised questions about Harper Lee’s involvement in the book’s publication, the role of her lawyer Tonja Carter, and the merit of the book

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3D Book Covers–A Brief How To

This post could very well be called “Why I love indie publishing,” but I decided to name it otherwise because while WILIP (acronym for “why I . . .” to spare you the pain of reading the whole phrase each

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Posted in indie pub fangirling, thoughtful thursdays, tutorials
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