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Whenever I do author interviews, majority say promoting and marketing their books are the most difficult for them to do. This is understandable because there is a fine line between marketing and spam. If you cross that line, then you’re most likely going to be ignored. Below are some great Facebook pages where authors can easily promote their books without […]

Recently I joined Pixel of Ink’s email list. If you’re not on it, then you need to be. You receive one email a day with numerous free and discounted ebooks. I’ve been stocking up and very slowly am whittling away at the books I’ve downloaded. One of the first books I read was Abducted by T.R. Ragan. What I liked […]

I had planned a formatting post this week, but since I have not yet figured out how to make the days have 30 hours instead of just a measly 24, I’m going to share with you some Fantasy Friday Ebook Deals for Kindle instead. Hopefully next week I’ll be able to get back into my bloggy routine.   Fantasy Friday […]

Today I’m joining in C.S. Splitter’s blog tour. He’s a funny guy who’s written a couple books I highly recommend you check out. Below is his guest post and at the end I’ll have links to where you can find him as well as his books. His debut action adventure  novel, The Reluctant (Crayder Chronicles), is currently free on Amazon. […]

This week’s featured book of the week is a bit different than my usual fares. It’s more than just a memoir. It’s the extremely intimate and personal account of one person’s journey into the abyss of insanity and how she clawed her way back out. Often times, mental illness is misunderstood because those who suffer from it are unable to […]

Fantasy Friday 99¢ Fantasy Ebook Deals for Kindle:   DarkAge by Kirk Warrington: DarkAge is a mature, fantasy fiction novel where Sword and Sorcery meets Medieval Fantasy. A group of friends playing a fantasy role-playing game, DarkAge, become trapped inside the game as their characters. Many of their past gaming decisions will come back to haunt them. They must battle […]

I normally do a formatting post on Wednesday, but I tend to get hives whenever I get near schedules so my “schedules” are always subject to change. That’s why today I thought I’d share with you a couple of great sites where you can promote your book. Promotion and marketing are always the hardest things for authors to figure out […]

One of the hardest parts of being an indie author has to be the promotional marketing side. There’s editors and cover designers if you need them. There’s amazon or epub for self publishing, but promoting and marketing really all comes down to the author. There are tons of people out there who promise you quick fixes and who declare for […]

Today I’m participating in the Origins blogfest. Due to my busy schedule I’ve not been able to blog as much as I did before and definitely haven’t been able to read and visit others’ blogs so I thought I’d start trying to change that. Setting aside an hour a day to visit the blogsphere that reminded me of my love […]

Sunday Book of the Week time again. This week I have a treat for you. I’m featuring indie author, Sarah Billington, whose novel Life Was Cool Until You Got Popular, is a wonderful read for your preteen/teen, but not only does Sarah write wonderful novels for preteens, she has a darker edgier side to her known as Edwina Ray. Through […]