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Before becoming an author, I had no idea just how much work book marketing entails. So, my blog is mostly aimed at helping authors with their book marketing efforts and at sharing everything I learn along the way. You may also be interested in my web design services aimed at authors.
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- My Short SSF Stories series is the perfect read for your commuting. Read it on Amazon for only $3.99 or read my short stories for free on this blog.
- Shortly after its release, Emotional Beats, my writing aid, reached #1 in its subgenre. It has since remained in the top 10.
- Musiville was an award-winning finalist in the Book Excellence Awards. If you haven’t read it yet, check it out on Amazon.
- You can now read all of my fantasy/science fiction work in a single volume! Get your copy on Amazon, or sign up for my newsletter and read for free the first part of my celebrated sci-fi/fantasy series, Pearseus.
I don’t often have the pleasure of hosting guest posts by editors, so I am particularly pleased with this one. Liam Carnahan looks at editing from the editor’s point of view, explaining what you need to do before you submit your manuscript to an editor....read more
As you know, I’m a web developer by day and author by night. So, this guest post by Christina Battons, a web content expert in Los Angeles, was of particular interest to me. Christina is a creative writer who is able to connect various thoughts into a single...read more
As you may know, I recently posted on the subject of the new European Union privacy legislation known as GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) and how it might affect you. The main focus of my post was newsletters. And, judging by your feedback, you appreciated...read more
This is a guest post by Cal Bailey. Cal runs MountainLeon.com – a travel blog he started after two years of backpacking around the world. If you want to learn more about life on the road or his blogging, you can read his latest post here. I had hosted a guest...read more
With all the Avengers: Infinity War hype you may be excused for feeling a tad confused as to who is who/does what in Marvel’s universe. Thankfully, Sonia Rao and Shelly Tan over at The Washington Post have come up with a handy, interactive cheat sheet that will...read more
In April, I posted my thousandth post on this blog. To celebrate, I will share here all my short stories. Every couple of weeks, I’ll be posting one story from my celebrated Exciting Destinies series for you to enjoy. With over 30 stories so far, I hope...read more