Archive | October 2011

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Cry me a river.

This is a note to all authors: Just because you won an award and your book got published, it doesn’t give you the right to be an a$$hole.  If someone says “Thanks for the spoiler.” don’t reply with “Cry me a river.” So, when you all become “famous” don’t let it all go to your heads. […]

Crowdfunding A Novel – Turning A Profit Before You Publish

Great article!  Check it out! Crowdfunding A Novel – Turning A Profit Before You Publish.

Fear and Loathing in America (Gonzo Letters) [Kindle Edition]

Fear and Loathing in America (Gonzo Letters) [Kindle Edition] Product Description Brazen, incisive, and outrageous as ever, Hunter S. Thompson is back with another astonishing volume of his private correspondence, the highly anticipated follow-up to The Proud Highway. When that first book of letters appeared in 1997, Time pronounced it “deliriously entertaining”; Rolling Stone called […]

India Was One [Kindle Edition]

India Was One [Kindle Edition] Review In India Was One the author provides the reader with an inside view of the culture. It is at once informative, exotic and thought provoking.  –Smashwords I think the oft-repeated cliché is the most apt to describe this tendency of Indians, that you can take an Indian out of […]

Apolo Drakuvich – 32 5-star Reviews

I’m proud to announce to the blog world that Apolo Drakuvich has 32 5-star reviews.  This is incredible!  Thank you!

Indie Author – Cheryl Bradshaw

Indie Author – Cheryl Bradshaw Info from Amazon Born and raised in Southern California, Cheryl Bradshaw became interested in writing at a young age. “As a child I made up stories for my sister. The most vivid centered around a boy and a girl who received a piece of gum for Halloween, and when they […]

Indie Author – Heather Marie Adkins

Indie Author – Heather Marie Adkins Info from Amazon Heather Marie Adkins is an independent fiction novelist and avid bibliophile with the library to prove it. Heather started writing sixteen years ago when she really wanted to be like R.L. Stine. Several never-to-be-seen novels later, she may have changed her mind a bit and […]