This is Tony This is Rhodie Two guinea pigs I’ve had since they were born are getting re-homed today. We have 4 piggies in total, two girls, and two boys (the two pictured above) in different cages. Due to space logistics, I can’t put the boys cage higher than it already is, so whenever I … More Personal Post Time: Saying bye bye to two furry friends.
Summer Vacation is upon us! Many of us, who can are heading over to our local beaches, be they sea-side or lake-side for a good little bit of rest and relaxation. Nothing beats lounging around on a comfy beach chair in the warm summer sun while reading a good book. But what if you … More Here Is An Idea For A Good Summer Read: Wild Hunt by Monica Baker
YES! yes yes YES! Now those who own Kobo E-readers can buy Wild Hunt! https://store.kobobooks.com/en-CA/ebook/wild-hunt-7 There you go. So there we go. Other than Google Play, all major distribution channels have been hit. I hope everyone will enjoy my book!
Alrighty, I don’t like how the Kindle Direct Publishing was going about with the whole “Pay Per Page” with Kindle Select/Prime so I opted out of the KDP program. Don’t worry! I’m still on Amazon at http://mybook.to/WildHunt I just decided to widen my distribution channels a little, okay, a lot. I submitted to Kobo. I’m … More Wild Hunt up on Smashwords!
Alright, let’s hope the third time is the charm with this book. I am re-publishing Wild Hunt, independently via Amazon KDP Select for 90 days, then if it goes well on Amazon and the rankings increase, I’m going to open it up to Nook, Kobo, iBooks, Google Play and SmashWords. I even have a snazzy … More Let’s hope Third Time’s the Charm, eh? Re-release of Wild Hunt!
So, now that I got that out of my system, I’m gonna get my butt back to writing my second novel. The great thing about this blog is, it allows me to get my stream of consciousness out and it helps me connect with my readers on a personal level. It shows that hey, I’m … More Pity Party Over. Back to Writing.
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A wedge of authors have became popular against all the odds. A chunk of writers have sold material on the back of paying people to review their books. Some writers have grown their careers by selling books explaining (in detail) how they made their name, but conveniently the chapter describing how they initially paid for hundreds of fake reviews is missing. They…
During this entire journey I have been told time and time again that self-publishing is the way to go. That you have full control over your work, your pricing, and distribution. They neglect to point out that, you have no control over how you spend your time. It’s an endless grind of self-promotion, that’s what … More Thinking about Self Publishing again