Monthly Archives: April 2016

On Lawyers and Science and Stuff

Research is super important. If you fail at that, you will be called out for it, specially if you’re writing Sci-fi and Neil deGrasse Tyson happens to be in a correcting mood. “Save the Earth” really means “Save the Humans”

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A Courtroom of Ashes

A Courtroom of Ashes IS AVAILABLE ON AMAZON RIGHT NOW and it’s only $2.99. But wait, there’s more.

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Posted in books, Marketing, Writing


In case you missed part 1, here you go. Read it? All right, let’s continue. Social media. This basically translates to engage with your audience. For that, WordPress is A-okay. Just make sure to follow the tags that are pertinent

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Useful Stuff for the Indie Author Part 1

As an indie author, I focus most of my budget on editing. One, because I want to get a FANTASTIC book out there, and two, indies in general have a bad reputation. And that bugs me. Some of us put really terrible stuff out in the world, I won’t deny it. But then again, so do many trad publishers.

Anyway, putting a high quality book out there means my budget for everything else is quite…restrained. And making a book is not JUST about writing and editing, oh no, my friends. I wish it was.

So here are a few things that you, as an indie on a tight budget, will need to take care of (besides writing a great book):

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