Monthly Archives: May 2013

The Best of Film Noir – Thoughts On Memorial Day

Okay, I’m sure you’re thinking what does the best of film noir have to do with Memorial Day?  Please believe me, I would never do anything to mock Memorial Day (see more below).  But I thought it would be interesting … Continue reading

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Introducing A New Middle Grade Novel

Every once in a while I get to toot my own horn :).  I’ve just published a new middle grade novel, and I’m very excited about it.  Now I know most of my followers read this blog for publishing advice, … Continue reading

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Indie Authors – Think Quality Editing Doesn’t Matter?

I teach a class on self-publishing at a local community college, and the subject of editing comes up often.  And the more I work with indie authors, the more I’m amazed that many seem to think that editing doesn’t matter … Continue reading

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A Reed Ferguson Mystery In Spanish

One of the things I hear a lot is if you can get your ebooks translated into other languages, then you might be able to sell better because there is less competition in foreign markets for ebooks, and certainly ebooks … Continue reading

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KDP Select – What Happened After The Freebie Days

My free days are over – many thanks to all who downloaded This Doesn’t Happen In The Movies.  I greatly appreciate your support, and if you would leave an honest review on Amazon, I would be grateful.  Now to the … Continue reading

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