Monthly Archives: June 2018

Are Free Promotions Still Worth It? – by Frances Caballo…

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
on The Book Designer: The controversy over whether it’s worthwhile to give books away for free continues. You work hard when you write a book. There are the costs associated…

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A Shift in the 2019 Plan: Ichabod and Lloyd

So, I was thinking that I would start working on The Longbow of Ichabod Brooks when August hit.  Just some night work or using days when my parents want to do something with my son.  Well, I usually count up the … Continue reading

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A License to Print Money

Originally posted on Entertaining Stories:
Jim Webster is back, gang. His Lisa Burton Radio post was super popular, so today he’d like to tell you about another story of his. Take it away, Jim: *** The first fantasy novel I…

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School’s Out and the Summer Begins

The last week of school was a little more chaotic than I expected.  There were a lot of errands and chores along with stress in getting things ready.  Not the least of which was helping to get some dead branches … Continue reading

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Quest of the Broken-Hearted: Return of Kira Grasdon

So, I promised to reveal more about the story and how it connects to Legends of Windemere.  Well, here we are.  This story will give some level of closure to Kira Grasdon, which means I have to touch on a few … Continue reading

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Sally’s Cafe and Bookstore – Author Update – #BookReviews Terry Tyler, Charles Yallowitz and Yecheilyah Ysrayl

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The 2018 Author Interview Series Featuring Gwen Plano and John Howell

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Originally posted on Author Don Massenzio:
It’s time for the next subject for my 2018 author interview series. Author interviews are posted every Friday throughout the year. This week is a two for one special. I’m happy to be interviewing…

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The Friar’s Lantern, on #LisaBurtonRadio

Originally posted on Entertaining Stories:
Hey there, all you starving college kids. Tired of selling plasma for beer money? Maybe the research department at Lauterbur State University can help. I’m Lisa Burton, and this is Lisa Burton Radio. My special…

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7 Potentially Useful Tips for Spin-Offs: I Make No Promises

Even though we see so many, the spin-off is not something that should be entered into lightly.  There’s more than one story on the line and an author can break an entire world apart with a bad sequel.  So, here … Continue reading

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Cigarettes, Anxiety, and Depression

Originally posted on Anxiety, Depression, and Panic Attacks:
     I wanted to talk more about a statement made in one of my previous posts, however, I wanted to wait until I had been cigarette free for about a month.…

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