When I first released Aisuru in 2015, it was as a standalone novel. Likewise, Deviations came out February 14, 2016, also as a standalone novel. Then in July, I decided to package the two books, along with the upcoming At Week’s End (then Girl in the Forest) into a series. […]
I used to recommend authors list their own books, autographed, in Amazon market place to provide another way to direct sale to readers. Today though, I’m walking that back and recommending NOT doing it, because at some point Amazon seriously jacked up their Marketplace listing fees. Case in point, I sold […]
Catching up on what’s been going on for the last NINE months, including the name change, the launch of the video version, the launch of At Week’s End, and more! After that, it’s discussing my goals for the first quarter of 2019, and where I’m aiming to go going forward.
In this unscripted, personal episode, I talk openly, honestly, and at length about the things going on with my life, including the deaths in October and January, my physical and mental health, and the financial strain of both. I then talked about the plans for the future, including my plans […]
It’s my annual review of how the year went, good, bad, and meh, how I did with my goals, and looking at my financials for the year. Ending the episode by sharing my writing-related goals for 2017! News & Notes: Gotten a few more chapters of the NaNo 2016 project […]
Camp Nano ended in abject failure and I contemplate the future of the Maid Maleen project before discussing my hastily done promo for Aisuru. While the sales were pitiful, the ROI was great, though still a disappointment. Which leads into my last topic: where things stand with Girl in the […]
With little chance of “making it worse”, I decided to do a pair of experiments with free pulsing on Aisuru and tried out a blog tour book blitz. This episode is all about that, after a hefty section of news and notes. How did my experiments turn out? Let’s see… […]
Opening the 4th season by doing my annual look back at the good, the bad, and the in-between of last year, how I did on my goals, and what I’m aiming for in 2016!
Giving my wrap up on how this year’s NaNo went before getting into a deep look at how Aisuru’s second promotion went, the “tail” results, and my overall take aways from it all.
This post is part of a series of posts about Aisuru’s big 2015 99¢ promotion. I thought this information may be useful to fellow indie authors and to readers who are curious about how it all works behind the scenes. 🙂 In part 1 of this series, I discussed how I decided […]