Author Archives: Renée Pawlish

About Renée Pawlish

Award-winning author Renée Pawlish writes the bestselling horror book, Nephilim Genesis of Evil, the Reed Ferguson mystery series, short stories and non-fiction ghost stories.

Cover Reveal – Out of the Past, A New Mystery

Here’s the new cover for the fifth novel in the acclaimed Reed Ferguson mystery series!  I’m so excited about this new novel.  Reed is growing as a detective, the plot is suspenseful and tense.  Here’s the blurb: Compelled by a … Continue reading

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Indie Authors – The Future of ACX and Audiobooks

In late February, ACX, Amazon’s audiobook division, changed its royalty rates, and I immediately wondered how the changes will affect indie authors.  I have recently contracted with a narrator to produce the first Reed Ferguson mystery, This Doesn’t Happen In … Continue reading

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Indie Authors – Indie Publishing Versus Traditional

The other day I read a blog post by Toby Neal, where she addressed whether indie publishing was worth it, and if she had to do it all again, would she still indie publish or try the traditional publishing route.  … Continue reading

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Indie Authors – Bookbub Explains Their Pricing

Recently Bookbub wrote a blog post about their pricing strategies and I thought it was interesting, especially for us indie authors.  I’ve used Bookbub a few times for advertizing, and I’ve been turned down by them once.  I have mixed … Continue reading

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The Author Blog Chain

I was contacted a few weeks back by a wonderful author, Christina Carson, who asked me if I’d like to participate in an Author Blog Chain.  I met Christina through her husband and another fantastic author, Bert Carson.  This is … Continue reading

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Do You Like And Support Indie Authors? Then Don’t Do This

I normally try to be careful about what I say about things like reviews, but I noticed something that really gets my goat.  On Barnes & Noble, someone left this one-star review for my mystery novel This Doesn’t Happen In … Continue reading

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Indie Authors – 5 Predictions For 2014

As we move into 2014, I thought I’d give some predictions for indie authors in the coming year.  Who knows if I’ll be right or not, but it’s interesting to speculate on what might happen this year in the publishing … Continue reading

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Indie Authors – How To Make It In Self-Publishing

I saw an interesting business article this morning called 9 Ways to make a Million and as I read it, I was struck by how much of the advice applies to indie authors and self-publishing.  I’ve been working at my … Continue reading

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Indie Authors – 2013 In Review

Another year has come and gone, and it’s time to take a look back at 2013.  It’s been an interesting year for indie authors, and for the publishing industry.  Here are some things of note that occurred… January – What … Continue reading

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Indie Authors – Questioning Bookbub

By now I’m sure just about every indie author has heard about Bookbub.  I seemed to have heard about them later than others, but I’ve used them a few times now for advertizing.  And although their results are better than … Continue reading

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