As promised, today’s episode is taking a look at Aisuru’s failed PubSlush campaign and contemplating what I think I did wrong and my future thoughts on the concept. There are also a few quick updates on Aisuru’s road to publication!
Week two of NaNo is in the bag! After whining about the cold a bit, I talk about my decision to cancel Aisuru’s crowdfunding campaign, the increase in my website traffic, introduce Aisuru’s new editor, and (of course) give an update on my NaNo progress. Spoiler alert, I’m still behind!
It’s the second of my NaNo episodes, so mostly short and full of updates! Starting off with the PubSlush campaign’s progress, or lack there of, and my doubts on its likely success. Then I talk about the WordPress situation some more and my continued indecision on the editing choice, particularly […]
Episode 45 is now available for you to listen to! Episode Notes: First of the NaNo episodes – which will be short and primarily giving updates about Aisuru, the PubSlush campaign, and my NaNo progress; similar to an Extempore episode only with a NaNo bend Got a new microSD card […]
Less than 10 hours until NaNo 2014 gets underway and I start work on my woefully unprepped novel, Duality. Talk about stress? As if I didn’t have enough with NaNo, it’s also less than 10 hours until Aisuru‘s PubSlush campaign launches!! At least, I’m presuming it kicks off at midnight. […]
Essentially this one is a two-for-one deal, because it’s practically two episodes in one! For the first chunk (about 40 minutes or so), it’s all about giving you updates on Aisuru. A ton of stuff is happening really fast, including Aisuru being off to editors for samples/quotes. The big news […]
Holy cow, I went two weeks between episodes and came out with a behemoth of one – an it is mostly on topic! First I talk about my deadline failure and the video for the first $5 budget reduction, then had to give a quick shout out to my bud […]
I’m back! Kind of a hodge podge episode today, so join me as I share various news, including my Camp NaNo results, then wade into the Amazon vs Hachette debate again. I also talk about the idea of doing a crowdfunding campaign for Aisuru, and the frustrations with the lack […]