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C R Lemons — A MystErotica Author On The Rise

Originally posted on johntuckermustlive:
  C R Lemons ~ CR Lemons enjoys reading crime fiction and erotic romance, so her goal from the outset was to write a novel with a perfect balance of both genres portraying a strong experienced female as the main character. She has such an active imagination and truly enjoys transcribing…

Behind the Face of Nicholas Rossis

Behind the Face of Nicholas Rossis

Originally posted on INVOLUTION: Science and God: Reality Redefined:
I asked Nicholas whether he would agree to be interviewed in rather a ‘personal’ and targeted way. I am less interested in the writer than in the life that lies behind writing. As it happened the philosophy he revealed ( and his final summary) made it…

Whistled Languages

Originally posted on texthistory:
There are about 47 of these, compressed variants of the more normal languages, used, like birds to communicate over long distances especially when visibility is low.

Bookbub Insights: Increase Sales of Standalone Books

Originally posted on Nicholas C. Rossis:
I often mention that promoting stand-alone books requires completely different strategies to promoting a series. Marketing strategies, like the highly effective tactic of making one book permafree as a gateway into a series, won’t work for stand-alones. So, how does one go about that? Bookbub Partners has the answer here.…

A Monarch Butterfly Haiku by Bette A. Stevens

Originally posted on Bette A. Stevens, Maine Author:
I’ve only spotted a dozen monarchs here at the farmstead in Central Maine this summer. Recently, two delightful specimens danced around the garden where I encourage milkweed to grow alongside the flowers, herbs, fruits and vegetables that we harvest. I grabbed my camera just in time to…

Three Days, Three Quotes, and Three Bloggers Challenge

Originally posted on Barb Caffrey's Blog:
Folks, the lovely and talented N.N. Light (also known as Mrs. N.), challenged me on her blog last week with the latest blog-hop called “Three Days, Three Quotes, and Three Bloggers.” You’re supposed to give a quote every day from something in pop culture — at least, I’m…


The Girl With No one

Bookbub Insights: How Long Should a Promo Last?

Originally posted on Nicholas C. Rossis:
Following my post on how to get your book listed with Bookbub, I now continue with the second question: how long should a book promo last? Turns out that the answer depends on what your goals are: are you looking to increase revenue, to market a book series, or…

Something New – Part 23

Originally posted on Dellani Oakes:
Austin didn’t realize what a shit storm had been stirred up by Irving being fired. Now, everyone wants a piece of him, but not in a fun way. When he turned his phone on the next morning, there were 30 new messages, mostly from networks wanting comments about Irving. He…

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