Now I’m Performing Another Mad Experiment… With Instafreebie!

Instafreebie seems to be the big thing for authors these days. It's been said that you can collect a lot of email addresses by using the service. If you are not familiar with Instafreebie, let me explain a bit about what it is and what it can do for you. Instafreebie is a website that …

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An Experiment With Kobo

As many of you who follow my blog may know, I use a distributor for my eBooks for many sales channels outside of Amazon. Draft2Digital is my key to getting into stores I know I'd never get into myself (like the Tolino dealers). However, I've been hearing a great deal about how much better it …

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Amazon’s Hammer Strikes

This is just one of many stories swirling around the indie publishing community today and for the past week about Amazon's apparent crackdown on scammers. In a blog post from yesterday, indie published author Adam Dreece tells his story which would strike a lot of fear in anyone, but particularly someone whose books are enrolled …

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My Plans For This Blog In 2017

I have a load of material I'd love to blog about here, but it just seems dumb to blog about it on a WordPress dot com site when I have a perfectly good website to host a blog.

Happy Thanksgiving!

I am grateful for all my readers, followers and fans! Happy Thanksgiving!

A Promotion for Fans of Instant Gratification!

All the books in the promotion are participating in Kindle Matchbook: the paperback book purchase entitles you to the Kindle version at a special discount. In this case, the Kindle version is FREE! Hop over there and check it out!

Putting the Paperback Book Theory to the Test!

For a really long time, I'd put off creating paperback versions of my books. Conventional wisdom was that having them was really for a lark, and that very few people ever sold an appreciable number of them. I'm going to get the chance to see whether they are correct about this or not, because as …

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