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Can Job. Like your job. Only funny.
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Category Archives: Writing
If you haven’t read Can Job here’s your chance to grab a free copy! Can Job on Amazon, Free for Kindle Saturday February 17 – Wednesday February 21, 2018. This is a New Cover Celebration :) (Don’t have a Kindle? … Continue reading
A New Year, and a new look for one of favorite novels :) (Like I can really choose a favorite! Hah.) The goal: see if a different look can help me position the novel more effectively. So much of Can … Continue reading
Yeah, I’ve been busy doing other things as well. Work stuff. But I haven’t stopped working on current novel. It’s just that the work has been going on “underground.” Here’s the quick version. As a writer, I operate on a … Continue reading
In my last couple of posts about indie author marketing, I’ve referenced the need for data. You need data to market. You need data to even plan how to market. That probably sounds almost too reasonable to challenge, right? But … Continue reading
Congratulations to Leslie F., winner of the 2014 Holiday Book Giveaway! Many thanks to all who entered. I’ll be sending out an email to you within the next day or so — and, if you subscribed to my newsletter, it … Continue reading
Megan McArdle has a column up about the meltdown at The New Republic. It’s an interesting read in general for anyone in the writing or publishing business. But in particular, I chuckled to myself when she began describing some of … Continue reading