Authors, Writers, Publishers, and Book Readers
My views about small press and indie houses have drastically changed over the last seven years. I was trashed the first time out (2006, just returning to the…Blog Small Press Woes? 1 Like Free Book Marketing Group Free Book Marketing 18 Likes
“The Verbatim Code” Scavenger Hunt Is On!
My website has 18 pages, and 10 editorial errors have been hidden on the…
Talk about diminishing venues to speak and sign, difficulty getting book sales and name recognition makes me wonder--how far out…Blog HOW BIG IS YOUR BOX? 1 Like
Websites are now as important for establishing identity as a birth certificate or a driver's license. Yet, I've noticed that once an author puts one up, the site is often forgotten and…Blog YOU'VE CHANGED—HAS YOUR WEBSITE? 1 Like Calling All Authors for a Blog Hop! I am looking for authors who want to participate in a blog hop. You must be a blogger to participate. All you would do is post a few questions about your book or books and link other author blogs on… Discussion Calling All Authors for a Blog Hop! 2 Likes Spotlight Interview with Author Tracy Kaufman
Q1: Thanks for participating in our Authors.com Spotlight Interview series Tracy! Please introduce yourself and your book to help our readers get to know you.
A: Hello,…Blog Spotlight Interview with Author Tracy Kaufman 6 Likes It finally happened...Barnes & Nobels Custome Blog It finally happened...Barnes & Nobels Custome 2 Likes
Being an author has its good and bad points. As a creator, when the words flow its an amazing feeling that you have invented new prose to entertain and help escapism to people who do not work at…Blog Is creativity a curse? 1 Like