Monthly Archives: March 2016

A book trailer for Concealed

I put together a book trailer for Concealed. I thought I’d share it here. If you haven’t had a chance to check out Concealed, please do (use the Blue NOMINATE ME button if you like it). And I’d love a … Continue reading

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Self-Publishing Sunday: Getting Started Self-Publishing

One of my cousins emailed me the other day.  We’d talked briefly about publishing at the family reunion this past summer, but he wanted more information. While I’ve written a handy dandy book on the subject, I haven’t written a … Continue reading

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Vote for My New Book, Concealed, at Kindle Scout

I’ve decided to try something new with my latest book, Concealed. Rather than publishing it directly, I’ve entered it into the Kindle Scout competition. In it, readers can vote on the titles they’d like to see published. Amazon then examines … Continue reading

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Self-Publishing Sunday: Early Impressions of My Free Run

Free is a strategy talked about by indie authors all the time. There are some who hate it, and some who love it. Some are opposed to free, suggesting it devalues the author’s work. Having come from a journalism background … Continue reading

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A trailer for Second Life

Second Life has a book trailer. My daughter made it for me. This is the story of how it happened: Over the weekend, my darling daughter told me she wanted to set up a lemonade stand to earn some money. … Continue reading

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