Tag Archives: #Amazon

Let it suck revisited: the beginning of a series

Awhile back, I wrote the following blog, which basically advised people to push beyond fears about instant quality in writing and just “let it suck.“ I reprint it here as the beginning of a series of blog posts that focus on … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving Giveaway!

Hey, you’ve been part of a great creative year for me and to say thanks, I want to give something back to you. So from Monday, 11/25 through Wednesday 11/27, I am offering a free Kindle download of CITY OF … Continue reading

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On Writing: The Odd Exhilaration of Seeing Your Book on Sale

There is one thing I feel obligated to share with all writers and every potential self-publisher, independent publisher, ebook publisher, and old-fashioned print publisher: the rush of finally seeing your book for sale makes all the work and worry worth … Continue reading

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