The indie book world is constantly changing. There are many posts out there with a far more knowledgeable view of it than mine, I’m just an ideas person. This post is really to record some ideas I had during and
My latest book–the flash fiction collection Snowflakes and Shivers–comes out tomorrow! Like the collections earlier in the year, it contains short stories that have been here on my blog, this time with a wintry and seasonal theme. But there are
I’m doing a book stall at a Craft and Gift Fair on September 18th. It’s been several years since I last did one, which was in my (then) Village Hall. So I knew everyone, and a reasonable number of people
Years events is a term I cobbled together for my penultimate post in this year’s A to Z Challenge. I don’t often do the Road Trip, but since I’ve spent so much of this month just writing, and only commenting
Even though The Way West isn’t quite finished (last chapter tomorrow) the blog seems quieter already. I really enjoyed the character interviews, and I hope you did too.
There may still be some numbers working their way through the system, but I was very pleased with yesterday’s free offer of Lost City for Kindle readers worldwide. Like most indie authors, I’m still working out promotion, especially with Kindle
It’s been a hectic week. In the days leading up to the free days for Pirates on Amazon I followed lots of advice and emailed people, tweeted websites and signed up for exposure on literary, read and review and kindle