Finally. I tried something that worked. Don't you hate it when you buy something and then the next day it goes on sale? Then you have to go back to the store and show the crumpled receipt you dredged from the trash, to which two things will happen: They refund the difference They make you … Continue reading Free (on sale) Book Friday Nov 25: Marketing plans that work.
The Vince Lombardi Trophy (football on a stick), the Stanley Cup (perfect for drinking beer or champagne from), the World Series trophy (way too many pokey things to stab yourself on), the World Cup (a true world series), whatever the NBA gives out, The ICC Cricket World Cup Trophy (I had to look that one … Continue reading Free Book Friday Nov 19: A CFL Primer
Well, it finally happened. It snowed, and boy did it ever. With the ground being cold and temperatures expected to remain below freezing . . .winter has arrived. I'm not complaining. Not yet. Last winter we had record snowfall which lead to me having to shovel a lot, and I mean a lot, of snow. … Continue reading Free Book Friday Nov 11: Books and Snow and Blizzards. Oh my!
If I haven't said this to you before (and I know I have), I'm a slow writer. My first attempt at writing 1600 words/day failed, but as a consolation prize, I did get a novella out of it which turned into a trilogy, or more accurately, is turning into a trilogy. So, while I am … Continue reading Free Book Friday Nov 4: NoNaNoWriMo (updated)
The story behind Free Book Friday: I've met many authors and readers during my time marketing, cross-promoting, and blogging. I think writers have a responsibility to inform readers about all the indie authors out there in the very crowded world of book publishing. You can't do it alone, and why would you when you have … Continue reading Free Book Friday Oct 28
Promoting other authors is a lot of work, but you can't expect something from nothing. Most authors I feature here and in my newsletter has agreed to promote on of my books to their readership. The exception is when I do interviews, which, if you are wondering, will return at some point. Usually I don't … Continue reading Free Book Friday Oct 21
The story behind Free Book Friday: I've met many authors and readers during my time marketing, cross-promoting, and blogging. I think writers have a responsibility to inform readers about all the indie authors out there in the very crowded world of book publishing. You can't do it alone, and why would you when you have … Continue reading Free Book Friday Oct 14: Just Two Promos
Here are some early reviews for The Second View "I had dearly loved the first book by this wonderful author, in the same series. This one appealed in many ways as well to me. It was beautiful, with its own contrast. I could not put this down, I was deeply moved." "When I saw there … Continue reading Free Book Friday Oct 7: Early Reviews / An Interview
First things first. The Second View is released for Kindle today! https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0B673CYVT But I haven't read Book One . . .Well you should, otherwise this book will be confusing.What if I don't like Book One?Well, I wrote it as a stand-alone book, so no commitment.Can I get there from the link?Sure, but it would be … Continue reading Free Book Friday Sept 30: The Second View is out! And . . .In Conversation With: J.J. Mathews
In Conversation With: Lincee Tang The author of the worldwide best-selling book The Untold Tales of a Sailor at Sea invites you to look behind cruise ships doors in this extraordinary intimate and introspective adventure penned by artist Ms. Lincee Tang. Today I have the pleasure of sitting down with author Lincee Tang. Can I offer you … Continue reading Free Book Friday Sept 23: Interviews are back! In Conversation With: Lincee Tang