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How many reviews do your books have?
The answer matters and here’s why.
Investing in your indie author business doesn’t have to be overwhelming. Advertisements don’t have to be costly to be effective. All it takes is research and knowing where to place your money where your dollar (or whatever currency you use) is most effective.
Getting reviews, even bad ones, is a good thing. Readers tend to flock to books that are being read and talked about by others.
Plotting A Novel Versus plotting a Series I have found myself among the growing number of authors on Tiktok. No, I’m not dancing around or doing skits. I’m part of authortok and booktok where readers and authors do our nerdy thing and talk about books. The Tiktok creator @ginnyauthor addressed authortok asking about how authors[…]
The episodic novella about a poor cottar and a kelpie teaming up to seek the Queen of the Sidhe with a spurned sorcerer king hot on their trail is live!
Revisions are taking longer than planned, but I’m at the midpoint of Eastside Hedge Witch. I love this story and Miriam so much. I’ve cut so much but wrote new scenes and chapters I’m really proud of. I like the new look and the way the story unfolds, and I think readers will too. Hope[…]
As an indie author looking at social media to market may seem overwhelming. There are so many trending platforms that come and go. Your job is to find the best place for you. Here are four ways to help you strategize: 1. Assess your target audience. Where is that demographic on social media? That’s where[…]
My family was supposed to head over to an island on the Washington coast today for winter break. The weather had other ideas. It was disappointing, but I’d rather my family safe. C’est la vie. Making plans and events beyond our control getting in the way. As writers, we tend to forget that. As humans,[…]
I’m deep in the developmental edit stage of Eastside Hedge Witch. The story is going to look a bit different when published than the snippets of rough draft followers of my blog read last summer. That’s a good thing. Once my editor at Mad Raptor and I are finished, you’re going to read a more[…]
A kelpie named Aoife wants to escape an unwanted marriage. A cottar named Fagan wishes to escape plague and poverty. Together they travel Alba and the Sidhe realm to seek Queen Mab.However, Cu Roi mac Daire will stop at nothing to get his betrothed back. His kingdom and his very life depends on it. Preorder[…]
In movies, the writer has a typewriter or laptop click clacking away, drafting until they write the words “The End”. The author sends the book to their agent who instantly sends it to the publishing company and voila, a book is printed and on the shelf of every bookstore ever. The novel becomes a best[…]