(With apologies to Bad Company…)
I’ve recorded three podcast episodes with Write Pack Radio out of St. Louis. If you want to hear me talk about writing, dealing with adversity, and other bits of crazy, here are the links:
This week on Write Pack Radio: Our Rules
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We have talked about a lot of author writing rules, but in this episode, the Write Pack discusses the rules we follow. We also celebrate Georges Méliès.
• Who was Georges Méliès and what was his contribution to writing?
• There are a lot of rules writers can follow. The Write Pack has discussed a lot of them, but what are our individual rules that we use?
• And more
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Music: by Meredith Tate
Labor Day book sale!
I’d like to thank Amie Gibbons for pulling this together. Between school and life, I’ve been too busy to think straight, let alone do the legwork. You should really check out her work – she writes fun, original urban fantasy/mythology that is as perky as she is.
It’s that time of year again. The kiddies are back in school, vacations have been vacationed, the season of burned skin is over, and people are getting back into their usual routines.
And you know what that means.
The Third Annual Indie Author Labor Day Sale!
Whether you are eating pumpkin spice everything or counting the days until Halloween, as the nights cool, you’re going to want to check out the latest sales in Sci Fi, Fantasy and Mystery from your favorite indies.
Sale price: $0.99 from 9/3 to 9/6; $2.99 from 9/6 to 9/9.
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Yesterday, a FB friend asked whether she should set her new book up on Amazon so it could be “borrowed”. The discussion turned into one a number of people were interested in — in fact, one of the participants asked Sarah if MGC could do a post on KDP Select and Kindle Unlimited from an author’s point of view. Since Sarah is away from home and I didn’t have a topic ready to go this morning, I’m stealing the idea.
I’ve been on the record for some time telling writers that they need to explore how well their books sell on the various different platforms available to us. I know some who sell well on Kobo or Barnes and Noble. Some love Smashwords. But, most of the writers I know have all come to one conclusion: the majority of their sales come from Amazon.
For myself, I had my books…
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