Prefer Paperback? Order now and save $2

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Heads-up, faithful Followers: My newest novel, Kissed By The Snow, is available, and I’m anxious for you to read it.

Kissed By The Snow

If you’d like to hold a print copy in your hands, order the paperback directly from my eStore and use discount code QQKLNUEP at checkout to save $2 off the retail price.

Your honest review is appreciated at Amazon and Goodreads.

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Blog Tour: “Love: Lost and Found” by Pamela Beckford

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Continuing the trend of supporting fellow authors, I present a book of poetry, “Love: Lost and Found” by Pamela BeckfordThe poetess describes her tome as being filled with poems reflecting the phases of love. Continue reading

Blog Tour: “Othella”, Arcadian Heights #1 by Therin Knite

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For my followers who are unfamiliar with the publishing industry, a book blog tour is a virtual tour to help an author promote their book without traveling. It’s the same concept as going to a store or event signings but instead of physical places, the author is going from blog to blog during the time frame of the tour. Continue reading

Are There Benefits from being highly ranked in Amazon’s Kindle Store?

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When I was younger, I thought I knew everything. But now that I have a few years under my belt, I’m realizing I hardly know anything. It’s all very annoying!

Take, for example, how Amazon works. The biggest damn purveyor of just about everything under the sun is a complete mystery to me. I need some help here.

Let me set the scene: Continue reading

The Intimacy Between Sales and Good Editing

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Have you noticed the plethora of blogs recently chattering about the “importance of editing”?  Must be the season!  Probably because spring is almost here and we authors are about to “spring” our winter ramblings on publishers.

But I do think it’s a critical topic, so I’m going to add my two cents to the discussion. Continue reading

A Pain in the _ _ _

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Tell you what … the business side of being an author is a royal pain in the butt.

I self-published my first novel in the year 2000. Here I am fourteen years later having just finished my second novel.

Fourteen years!!! I’m the Rip Van Winkle of “authorship.” And like Rip, I’ve been re-born into an entirely new world. Continue reading