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  • A Year with Jezabelle

    Apr 19, 2014

    To think that, right now, she could be dead, is most terrifying thing I can imagine. But she isn’t. She’s here, with me. Alive. And it’s all because I decided to look at the Craigslist pet section. Right now, she’s cautiously surveying my basket of clean laundry and waiting for what she feels is the right moment to jump in. … Continue reading

  • The Easiest Way to Manage Multiple Socia...

    Apr 4, 2014

    Chances are, if you’re a writer (or even a businessperson in general,) you might find it hard to maintain a presence on multiple social networks. With so many to choose from, and whose userbases often do not bridge one another, limiting yourself to just one is alienates yourself from potential viewers and, possibly, inhibits sales. But, you might be saying, I … Continue reading

  • Why do writers give away free fiction? (...

    Mar 31, 2014

    There’s a universal question that is often asked whose answer lies across a broad range of spectrums. If you a writer, some people begin, and you eventually want to make a living off your work, why are you giving it away for free? The answer, as I said, is different for everyone. Some may want to establish a fanbase; some may want to … Continue reading

  • The Reader Review Program

    Mar 28, 2014

    Love to read, but can’t afford it? Want to purchase something, but can’t access it in your country? There can be a number of obstacles preventing you from gaining access to books. As an author, experience has shown that people who genuinely want to purchase your work but can’t for some reason often resort to pirating sites — which, while … Continue reading