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Update – March 2015 – Podcast Appearance and Call For Beta Readers

Originally posted on Brandon R. Luffman:
Not much new to report, but a couple of things worth talking about. First, you may have noticed that I’ve titled this one as the update for March. I don’t know if that’s going to be “a thing” or not, but I do want to update the blog more…

Ode to the Story Reading Ape

Originally posted on Jo Robinson:
Thank you Chris! I’d forgotten about this Ode to the Librarians Cousin (You!). I’m reposting it in honour of you and your hero, and with the request that no charges be filed for the damages. Here’s to Discworld fanfic – why not!? This tiny tale is dedicated to Chris, the…

My Years at the Home(less) Depot

Originally posted on The One & Only Elgon:
My kids and I used to joke a bit when I worked for a certain major home improvements retailer. We called it “The Homeless Depot” because it seemed I was almost never home. What time I could spend with my kids was tempered because I was usually…

How To Double Your Ebook Sales By Doing Nothing At All | Just Publishing

Originally posted on Have We Had Help?:
How To Double Your Ebook Sales By Doing Nothing At All | Just Publishing.

The benefits of publishing through a publisher 

Originally posted on Suffolk Scribblings:
licensed under creative commons. Image source: ? I’ve written many times about why I decided to self-publish and the pros and cons of going down this route, often by comparing a positive of indie publishing compared to a negative of going through a publisher. Because of this, I may occasionally…

The Gift Of Charms by Julia Suzuki

Nonlocal Science Fiction Magazine Now Available!

Originally posted on Nicholas C. Rossis:
You may remember my recent Cover Reveal of the Nonlocal Science Fiction Magazine. Well, Issue #1 is officially on sale! I’m including links below to everywhere it is currently available: – ebook – print-on-demand via CreateSpace Amazon – ebook Amazon – print My review Here is my review, as…

Vanuatu Needs Your Help

Originally posted on Tribalmystic Stories:
Paradise pounded: Vanuatu in the wake of Cyclone Pam 20150315_Vanuatu_Port Vila Cyclone Pam damage_CARE_Inga Mepham4.jpg Photo: CARE/Inga Mepham Australia’s Foreign Minister Julie Bishop announced an initial $5 Million Aid recovery package for Vanuatu. The Category 5 Cyclone Pam that struck Vanuatu on Friday has devastated the country. This cyclone is…

Should You Self-Publish or Go Traditional? [Infographic]

Originally posted on Nicholas C. Rossis:
I found this Infographic on The Write Life and just had to share! Before that, though, a quick note to urge you to visit Chris McMullen’s excellent blog and take part in his Reader Survey. Chris is conducting a fascinating survey in people’s reading habits, and will publish the…

Snowed – Part 39

Originally posted on Dellani Oakes:
Steve and Mike go outside so Steve can have a smoke. While there, Mike sees Miss Parker, who works there part time. He realizes, too late, that she has a crush on him. Mike calls Polly to let her know that surgery went well. Instead, he talks to Sarena who…


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