Monthly Archives: September 2011

LeAnna Shields – Indie Author To Watch

This week I am pleased to interview LeAnna Shields, the author of The Alestrion Chronicles. Set in a distant universe, this book tells the story of Aria. A young girl who at the age of five is taken from her … Continue reading

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Under The Beetle’s Cellar

Every once in a while, I read a book that just captivates me and draws me in to the story so much that I can’t put the book down.  Even more rarely (I can count on a few fingers) does … Continue reading

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Featured Author – Joshua Mays

I’m blogging about other indie authors once a week and I’d like to introduce you all to Joshua Mays!  Joshua’s novel is Terra Incognita: Benjamin Harking is an independent teenager who often comes home from his boarding school to an … Continue reading

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Twitter, Ashton Kutcher And You

Now that’s a title, huh… Here’s the thing: wouldn’t you love to have Ashton Kutcher’s Twitter followers?  I don’t mean his followers, but that many for yourself?  He’s got almost eight million of them.  I’m not a fan of Ashton … Continue reading

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Twitter #WW And #FF

As I’ve worked to build my following on Twitter, I’ve noticed that a lot of authors that I connect with have little or no clue how to market or promote themselves.  With that in mind, I am going to start … Continue reading

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Don’t Envy JA Konrath…

Instead, work like heck to have the writing career he has.  I have spent quite a bit of time lately reading books by authors (John Locke, Michael Hicks) on “how they sold x amount of books in x amount of time.”  … Continue reading

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