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1.”Do Unto Others” (short story) – Jeremy is a street hood, lawless and unchained. When he is wronged by a local businessman, it becomes his mission to seek revenge. But his new enemy has friends – ones that don’t take kindly to intruders.
2. “Colors” (short story) – Harrison Street. attorney, biker wannabe, coward. When he finds the bike of his dreams, it seems too good to be true. It is.
3. “Simona Says” (novella) – Simona has had it rough. Death, disenchantment, and disappointment are all part of her life. She wants to be happy for a change, and she’s willing to do just about anything to find some. Anything.
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Anyone who’s taken a crack at writing and publishing a book has it fresh in their mind just how complicated it can be. Genre. Audience. Editing. The Cover. Reviews. Publishing. Formatting. Oh, and lest we forget, how to write the darned thing. These blogs have much of that covered. They are some of the leaders in the industry on all that’s listed above, and a lot more. Go have a look!
Let’s face it. No matter how many high-quality self-published books that have gone to the top of the charts on Amazon, a certain stigma is still attached to indie authors and their work. Happily, that is slowly changing, and there is an ever-increasing number of reviewers and bloggers who are willing to take a chance on books that are not traditionally published. Here is a list of some of those “brave” souls –
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Blogs for Self-Publishers, May 7 – 13, 2016 including Nick Thacker, Kimberely Grabas, Jason Matthews, Ron Bueker, and Dan Blank
Author Platform: Why You’re Struggling and How to Fix It
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“No one knows how long the Cherokee people have lived in the Smoky Mountains of eastern Tennessee, although artifacts have been found indicating their ancestors were there more than 11,000 years ago…at the end of the last Ice Age.
After the discovery of gold in Cherokee territory, one of the most disgraceful things in American history began…the forcible removal of all Cherokee from land they had lived on for generations. More than 4,000 men, women and children died on the brutal 1200 mile forced march. It has gone down in history as “The Trail of Tears.”
Award-winning author R.L. Herron has created a spellbinding tale based on the curse of an assassinated Cherokee prophet that has followed one American family for eight generations with relentless, supernatural horror. ”
My latest novel, Blood Lake, was just published. You will find it on Amazon and online at Barnes & Noble. (Whew!) There, the shameless publicity effort is done (don’t I wish). Now … Source: Thi…
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Amazon is the mack-daddy when it comes to getting your book out – no question. But, if you had a child, would you call one friend, and hope everyone learns the news from them? Of course not. So, why list your book on one site? Why not put it on every site you can get your hands on?
Here is a list published by BiblioCrunch, listing quite a number of sites to place your book, as well as some Facebook pages to do the same…happy hunting 🙂
Source: BiblioCrunch | Self Publishing Blog
Hey guys! Just wanted to let you know that for today (and today only) both “Sold Out” and the first full novel of the Detective Danny Acuff series are available on Amazon for free. (At …
Source: Two of my books are free today on Amazon