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Cover And Blurb Clinic

Originally posted on madgeniusclub:
Guys, with the understanding that I’m not wonderful, not even close to the best at this — the best at this is Kevin J. Anderson, which is a good example of people getting natural gifts when (theoretically at least) they don’t need it — if you want to post your covers…

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Back at ASM

I took a two-week hiatus from my Amazing Stories Magazine posts while I was moving, but I’m back into the routine with an interview with Michael J Sullivan. He’d reached out to me after the short series of self-published author interviews I had conducted a while back, and as he is a hybrid author, I … Continue reading

The Dreaded M-Word
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The Dreaded M-Word

Crossposted from Amazing Stories:  A recent conversation about self and independent publishing led to me voicing my thoughts on what to do once the book is released. This will also hold true even for the traditionally published, as the publishers provide them with less and less support. We must be able to be businessmen, not … Continue reading

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Originally posted on Coal-Fired Cuttlefish:
I believe – no one tells authors these things, what do they have to do with their books? and of what possible interest could it be to their readers and followers, after all? – that the Paperback launch of DOG & DRAGON was today. I believe Barnes and Noble and…