There are a host of reasons as a writer to pursue traditional publishing or indie publishing (aka self-publishing). Each lists a number of benefits; each lists a number of problems. For me, before I had dove into the task of drafting query letters for my novel, The Good Teacher, I learned of the idea of … Continue reading Being Indie
I have a simple purpose in my writing this post: contemplate my purpose and goals in my writing. I am not sure whether this will end up being short or long, or what this post will ultimately look like. It’ll be interesting too, as I am treating this a little like a stream of consciousness … Continue reading Purpose and Goals
I have slacked off on this for too long, so instead of a normal post, I have decided to announce that it is time that I put everything ebook on sale! Everything! Starting Friday, May 4th, all my ebooks will be on sale. Here’s the list: From May 4th through May 8th, the following ebooks … Continue reading An Upcoming Sale!
Happy New Year, all! I hope that everyone had a fun and happy holiday. Kicking off the 2018 I decided that I wanted to put out one of my posts where I ponder something through writing it out. Specifically I wanted to ponder the idea of books and traditional publishing and the seeming difficulty that … Continue reading Pondering in 2018
Good news first! I am having some sales on my ebooks in the coming weeks. It will kick off with two great deals over Thanksgiving. Starting Thursday, November 23, Remember the Yorktown, part 1 of my Gravity saga will be free and will remain so for 5 days! Also tagging along, The Dangerous Life of … Continue reading Sales and Updates