What do you look for when you are looking for a dentist, restaurant, gym, or just to buy something new? A good number would answer recommendations from friends or family.
That works the same way for books. Writers depend on visibility to win the attention of readers at large. With the crowding of the market, breaking through the mass becomes a daunting task.Add a comment
This post was originally published on Kallypso Master's Release Party on Septermber 14, 2012. For the original comments, please refer to the post on Kallypso's blog. Add a comment
This post was originally published during Alannah Lynne's Birthday Bash. You can refer to the original page for the comments left by her readers. We thank Alannah for allowing us to share in that amazing day and amazing experience.Add a comment
Two years ago exactly, I met the one who became my partner-in-crime in this adventure into independent publishing. We met as role players in a group and were paired because we had chosen to play characters who were mated/bonded so in essence, we were “married” that day.Add a comment
In order to answer that I have to give you some background on me. My father passed away when I was two and my mother spent her life mourning his loss. I grew up hearing stories about his humor, his music, his writing and that, in a way, forged who I am now. As I grew up, I was always making up stories in my head, writing short stories about incredible worlds. But as I became an adult, my attraction for contemporary fiction and science grew dramatically and I stopped writing. I couldn't translate the complexities of the stories in my head to paper.Add a comment