I swear by the gods, if I had no soul I would be rich. See, as a publisher, I was always under the assumption that I was supposed to pay authors. That authors existed to send me awesome stories to Continue reading Best of the Best of the Most Awesome Book Awards!!!
So I was talking to a co-worker about this current KBoards.com debacle and he quipped, “they probably want to sell your posts to other forums.” My first instinct was that really wasn’t my concern, and I started explaining to him Continue reading Selling Forum Users: What the VerticalScope TOS Allows
For over nine years, I have been a member of a site called Kboards.com. Many of you, in fact, may recall me directing folks to the site, particularly the Writer’s Café, for support and guidance on all things indie publishing. Continue reading VerticalScope’s Overreaching TOS
I have not decided 100% if this is something we will be doing yet, but I am looking for feedback and trying to determine the general interest level folks would have in this service. Self-publishing an ebook is a relatively Continue reading Self-Publisher Assistance
Effective Next Week: PRINT versions of the Bards and Sages Quarterly published before 2018 will no longer be available. The digital versions will remain available for sale. Why are we doing this? Today, we received notice from Amazon.com that they Continue reading Announcement Regarding Print Copies of the Quarterly
A guide to help gmail authors get their replies from publishers. Continue reading GMAIL AUTHORS: Create a Publisher Filter
So as many of you are already aware, the illustrious Mark Gardner has roped me into publishing the re-release of his historical fantasy novel Champion Standing. And I’m excited about the project, because it is a great story and being Continue reading History (Literal History) of a Book Cover