Who can read your book?

This isn't the post I'd planned. Okay, I'll be honest. I didn't have a post planned. The last week has been a whirlwind of dealing with issues with Victory from Ashes' release (including firing a proofreader who has been reliable in the past) to family commitments to other real life things. The high point, aside... Continue Reading →

They Just Won’t Learn

Today's topic is brought to you by the continuing idiocy of some traditional publishers. Seriously, I couldn't figure out what to write about this morning. Stuck, I decided to check The Passive Voice to see if anything inspired me. I should have started there instead of trying to wrack my coffee-deprived brain. There, on the... Continue Reading →

A new form of Amazon Derangement Syndrome

The other day, Forbes published a post entitled "Amazon Should Replace Local Libraries to Save Taxpayers Money". Yes, you read that right.  The article was written by Long Island University Post economics professor, Panos Mourdoukoutas. All I can say is if this is his idea of fiscal responsibility, I don't want my kids or grandkids (when... Continue Reading →

Wait, we’re already shelved?

Brad's out hiding Easter eggs (okay, he said he was out in the field doing army things. But I have my suspicions. If your Easter egg comes in OD green with "front toward enemy..."), and I'm waiting on a root canal tomorrow morning, so instead of a long article about how to get your book... Continue Reading →

Luxurious Libraries

I opened a fortune cookie one morning, having forgotten it the night before, and read that “You will be surrounded by things of luxury.” I couldn’t argue with this, I was going to be spending my day at a library surrounded by books. That got me thinking on how the status of books has changed,... Continue Reading →

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