Indies versus the Rulers? and contest winner!

Rafflecopter chose Katrina Page as my 600 Follower Contest winner. She won a whole box of books and chocolate, including my ARC of Julie Kagawa’s The Immortal Rules if she wants it. It’s a lot harder to choose the best comment for my book hook post. I’m not procrastinating, but …

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Editing on the cheap: Step 1

I put off this post twice, not because I didn’t want to do it, but because other things got in the way. I forgot I had a contest for which I needed to post the winners along with the end of the story I asked them to guess. Everybody guessed …

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Mistakes that make me put a book down.

There’s a plague going around, one that’s hurting indie authors chances of getting enough good reviews to sell their books well. I’m not talking about reaching best-seller status, just decent sales. I don’t want to keep you in suspense. The plague is writing mistakes, including, but not limited to, grammar …

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Should book reviews warn of LGBT content?

I thought I should post something comment worthy during Rachael Harrie’s Platform Building Campaign. I saw a tweet the other day asking, as near as I can remember, “Why do book reviewers feel they have to warn of LGBT content? Seriously.” So I’m giving my serious answer and then leaving …

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Blankety-blank page? Not mine.

Before Rachael Harrie’s campaign, I tried to blog once a week, but I often posted less during frequent flurries of family activities and disasters, not to mention writing my second book. With all the blog-hopping I’ve done since the campaign started, I realize once a week isn’t often enough to …

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