Self-Published Authors are Real

Oh yes. I'm feeling a bit ranty this week, which would explain the frequent blogging, I suppose. I've penned similar posts in the past. Hell, you have probably blogged about this too. I think nearly every self-published author has. Well, it's time to say it again: I am self-published and I am a REAL author.  … Continue reading Self-Published Authors are Real

Become a Millionaire Selling Books on Amazon (Or Not)

A few weeks ago, I stumbled across a book on Kindle that promised authors they could make a million dollars selling books on Amazon. A quick search yielded dozens of titles promising writers they can easily become best-selling authors, or promising to teach them how to write a best-selling book in 30 days. There are … Continue reading Become a Millionaire Selling Books on Amazon (Or Not)

The Amazon Decision

Today, I did something I've been planning to do for a long time. I uploaded Better than Perfect to Smashwords. For the past several months, that novel was my only book (out of 8) to be exclusive on Amazon. In fact, since it's publication in 2014, it has never been listed in e-book format on … Continue reading The Amazon Decision

Your Pick of Publishers

I've blogged about the topic of new and inexperienced publishers in the past, and for those of you who are regular followers of my blog (and probably sick of reading my lectures about using caution when seeking a publisher), I apologize. For those of you who are new here and might be new to writing, … Continue reading Your Pick of Publishers

Beware the Experts

Experts. They're everywhere. Self-publishing experts, social media experts, writing experts... the list goes on and on. How can you tell if someone is an expert in their field? Anyone can claim to be an expert. Not everyone who claims to be an expert is an expert. They lack credentials, experience, and sometimes integrity. They sell … Continue reading Beware the Experts