Tag Archives: writer


The Gift of My Weird Publishing Project

And now I realize that the real gift of doing my weird indie publishing project has been the opportunity to continue healing myself because all that stuff that happened so long ago had affected my current life in ways I could not imagine. Continue reading


The Journey of a Self-Publisher is Paved with Good Intentions

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“I couldn’t allow any room for excuses if I wanted to make my mark in the publishing business.” Continue reading


What’s it like to be an indie author?

Author Cynet Brown shares her journey as an indie. Continue reading


Intention of An Indie Author

The Cosmic Thump, the shock when all the drama ended, was a reminder to practice my chosen path of “Love.” Continue reading


How Much Are You Making?

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Trapped inside a car going 60 miles an hour, the driver commented, “I hate it when an author prices one book “free” and then raises the price to $7.99 for the others.” “That’s a marketing technique,” I said. “It’s one … Continue reading


What’s in a Name? A Lot!

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What’s in a name? Apparently a lot! I just discovered that some of my books were attributed to another author on Goodreads. Continue reading


Weird Indy Publishing Project: Staying the Course

There comes a time when most people stop, look at the data, listen to the feedback, then decide whether or not to stay the course. That’s one way… Continue reading


5 Ways to Support Your Favorite Indie Author

This post is intended to educate readers so they can participate in the process and get more of the books they like to read. If you read a book and like it, then here’s what you can do to get the author to write more books like it! Continue reading


Book Poll: And the winner is…

Book cover poll: what if you held a party and no one came? Indies: see my note to you below. Continue reading


The Big WHY in editing Memoirs

#9 in “Weird Indie Publishing series:
While the author should be able to answer “Why am I writing this” for any book she writes, it’s especially true for the memoir written by someone who isn’t famous. Continue reading


Dancing with Your Editor

Relationships must be earned and the one with your editor is no different, because all relationships include baggage of previous experience mixed with expectations for a better one. I call this The Dance. Continue reading