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 […]
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. 🙂 As I’ve mentioned in the most recent podcast episodes, I’m planning […]
In this week’s amazingly short episode, I talk about my upcoming plans for Aisuru, including pulling it from wide distribution to go into KDP select, cover changes, and more. News & Notes: Ran a giveaway of Aisuru onLibraryThings of eBooks in exchange for reviews; 41 people entered so 41 people […]
In today’s episode I examined a few articles discussing particularly authors’ costs of self-publishing their books, in particularly focusing on a few that had exorbitantly high costs and at least one egregious case of someone getting taken advantage of.
Amazon announced a change in how they handle payouts for books borrowed Kindle Unlimited (KU)/Kindle Owner Lending Library (KOLL) and the main stream media went crazy…crazy spreading misinformation for the win! Let’s look at what’s really going on and why this could be a good thing before poking fun at the […]