Monthly Archives: August 2015

Some Great New Resources for Writers

I’m of the opinion that a writer has to keep learning and growing. (I actually think that there’s a bare minimum level of writing capability that’s needed to write things people will read and that it’s a lot lower than … Continue reading

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It Seems So Easy, But It Isn’t

This month has been a good month for me.  (Of course, I know compared to others that my sales are still pathetically low.  Good for me is five hundred sales in a month and there are authors out there who … Continue reading

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The Power of Advertising

It’s only August 13th and so far I’m having my second-best month ever with self-publishing.  I’d love to say that it’s because sales have organically grown over time and that with each title I release I see a little bit … Continue reading

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Random Happy Moment

I have a promo running on one of my titles today and I just checked and it’s in the top 100 for free books in the entire store and #1 on two separate lists that I think are hard to … Continue reading

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Skewed Pricing Incentives

I have to say that one of the things that annoys me the most about Amazon is the way they skew prices because of their arbitrary payouts for different price points. For those who don’t know: Any title priced under … Continue reading

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