My blog name dooms me to failure. Well, relative failure. Of course, ‘relative’ depends on what success you hope to make of your blog. Among the many excellent features reblogged by The Story Reading Ape each day, one from Just Publishing
I met Kristen Twardowski a little while ago when the Story Reading Ape reblogged one of her amazingly insightful posts. Then he reblogged another one and I decided to follow her by email. I don’t know about you, but I like
It’s the old story, isn’t it? We work by day and write by night, and then we wonder why we’re so tired. I started joking some time ago that I’m now a full-time publisher, and in my spare time I
At the end of February I went to the London Author Fair. This was for authors of all flavours, not just those interested in self-publishing, despite the heavy presence of Createspace, KDP, Kobo and Nook. And Blurb, which I hadn’t
Yes, this is part of my occasional series on being an author-publisher! How much do you need to know about computers to be a self-published, self-promoted author? I think when I first decided to self-publish, I read the information available
I’m sure Chuck Wendig can be blamed for a lot of things, particularly my flash fiction. Ok, I’ll take responsibility for that myself, but he sets the challenges each week. No, this time it was his excellent blog on being
The Princelings and the Lost City has been through its final edit and been uploaded to Kindle Direct Publishing (KDP). If all is fine with it (and it should be), it should be online sometime tomorrow!
This post summarises a lot of thoughts in April, as I didnt want to interfere with the A to Z Challenge. It was a busy month – the Challenge itself, the promotion to visitors to the site who in turn