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  • How to Use Buffer to Streamline Twitter ...

    Sep 19, 2014

    According to a graph on Statistica.com, Twitter is the 5th most popular social networking site on the web. In 140 characters, you share your thoughts, your products, your woes, and anything else you’d like to the digital cyberspace. Authors in particular can utilize Twitter’s brevity in order to create quick, instant pitches or catchphrases that can entice readers toward their work. … Continue reading

  • How my Fans can Help Me

    Sep 9, 2014

    Many are not aware of how expensive it is to produce a book on your own. From editing, to cover art, to formatting and advertising, the costs can add up quickly. What you may spend a day reading (or, in some cases, an hour) an author spends months planning, drafting, revising, editing and then producing (not to mention the work … Continue reading

  • Permuted Press to publish SUNRISE in 201...

    Sep 4, 2014

    Big news everyone! I am excited to announce that Permuted Press, one of the premium names in apocalyptic fiction, will be reissuing my zombie novel Sunrise in 2015! As someone who joined the Permuted forums and has been a part of its community since late 2006, this is an amazing honor–not only because I will be a part of a prestigious … Continue reading

  • Five Questions with: Zachary Jernigan

    Aug 25, 2014

    Zachary Jernigan is a science fiction and fantasy writer whose work has been featured in Asimov’s Science Fiction, Crossed Genres, and Escape Pod, among others. No Return is his debut novel. A sequel, Shower of Stones, will be released in 2015. Kody Boye: The Gods aren’t often present in fantasy worlds. Rather, they are omniscient (without actually being seen) or … Continue reading