PSA For Indie Authors – Part 3: Genres and Cover-art

This post is about self-promotion and marketing for Beginner Writers who want to write Genre Fiction or Genre novels, so if that doesn’t appeal to you, fair enough, feel free to pass on this post. This post will be covering basic tips and advice so this post may come across as stating the obvious, however, … Continue reading PSA For Indie Authors – Part 3: Genres and Cover-art

PSA for Indie Authors – Part 2: Revision

This post is about self-promotion and marketing for Beginner Writers who want to write Genre Fiction or Genre novels, so if that doesn't appeal to you, fair enough, feel free to pass on this post. This post will be covering basic tips and advice so this post may come across as stating the obvious, however, … Continue reading PSA for Indie Authors – Part 2: Revision

Book Launch: Canis Major by B.R. Kyle

Title: Canis Major (Volume I of the Pushing Boundaries series) Author: B.R. Kyle Social Media: Facebook, Goodreads and Tumblr Publisher: B.R. Kyle via Smashwords (though I want to add here that I had a lot of help from Kim) Format and Price: E-Book at $1.99 About The Author: B.R. Kyle is an emerging feminist writer … Continue reading Book Launch: Canis Major by B.R. Kyle

Smoke and Mirrors: The Distorted Views of Self-Publishing

Before I begin, I recommend reading these articles as today's post is going to be a response post with all of them: Why I Don't Generally Recommend Self-Publishing To Beginners - Fantasy Faction For me, traditional publishing means poverty. But self-publish? No way by Ros Barber Should You Self-Publish Your First Book? by Adam Smiley … Continue reading Smoke and Mirrors: The Distorted Views of Self-Publishing

Author Spotlight: K. A. Cook

Those who are regular readers of my blog may have noticed I tend to mention Queer Without Gender often and readers may have also noticed that Kim is one of my biggest discussion contributors in the comments section. So, given recent circumstances, I figured I would give Kim some well-deserved forward promotion. Writing Style: This … Continue reading Author Spotlight: K. A. Cook

Writing Resources: Self-Publishing

I was supposed to post up this blog-post hours ago, but I got distracted by Pinterest, and yeah I know I should try harder to fight my procrastination impulses. However, just in case anyone is curious as to what the hell snickerdoodle cookies are (and yes those are a real thing), now you know (and … Continue reading Writing Resources: Self-Publishing