The Self Publishing Journey: Learning about Preorders

For the past 8-ish months I’ve been on a Writing and Publishing Journey where I’ve been taking all the things I’ve seen in my time in LibraryLand, am mixing it with courses I’ve been doing on my own (like Tribe Writers from Jeff Goins) and am coming up with the…

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Writing About Reading and Writing: The Netgalley Experiment

I’ve posted before about my experiment with my own memoir, Fragile, and Perfectly Cracked, my story of giving birth to a stillborn son as well as dealing with subsequent infertility problems.  It was a labor of love for me to get this out there.  I’m currently working on my first novel,…

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Writing about Reading: Tom Kabinet

When eBooks first started gaining popularity, many people were surprised to find out that they actually don’t own the ebook that they bought.  What they have purchased is a license to read the book.  This first got some press in 2009 when, in a beautiful bit of poetry, Amazon remotely…

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Writing About Reading: Kindle Unlimited

A few months ago Amazon announced they were also entering the ebook subscription service, which I wrote about previously, by starting Kindle Unlimited.  The new service is a direct competitor to Oyster and Scribd, and while I love the promo video, that’s about the only thing I love about it. Here’s…

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