No I don’t mean me, but thanks for looking. I’m actually meaning un-gifted. It’s a topic that pisses off a lot of authors and so it should. It’s demeaning, it’s rude, and it’s probably going to cause the whole gifting thing to fall down. You know what I’m talking about, right? Gifts. Authors who ‘gift’… Read More Ungifted
What happened? Do you ever wonder that? Do you ever make yourself anxious and paranoid just out of fear of the unknown. Something happened. You don’t know what happened and you’re afraid to ask. People who used to talk to you stop talking to you. People who used to smile and wave now look the… Read More White-ants are the worst
Back in the day, before ebooks, an ARC (Advanced Reader Copy) was only distributed by publishers to certain reviewers or celebrities or other organisations. The purpose was to get input prior to going live and often didn’t have final formatting or a ‘dust jacket’ or the intent of being exactly as the finished product would… Read More Sale-ing on the ARC
Last year, a fellow author commented negatively about my writing on one of my blog posts. As you would have seen from my response, I did not condemn the author for doing this nor did I disagree with their opinion (and I didn’t even ‘unfriend’ them on social media). As an author, I consider myself… Read More The subject of art
So you think you have automatic updates turned on, do you? Maybe you do, maybe you don’t. As you saw from my last post, Amazon doesn’t make updating things easy for the author. This is on the basis that they are trying to do the best thing for their customers. I’m a customer too! Anyway,… Read More How to check for updates on Amazon
Amazon know what they’re doing, right? They’ve been around a while. Maybe in some areas, but maybe not in others. Like updating ebooks for example. Here’s what I know. After doing research, I first self-published with iBooks then with Google Play and then with Amazon. Of the three, Amazon is the most difficult. Is it… Read More Updating Amazon
It seems like such a harmless question. “Why?” It’s one little word, but it can be so confronting. As children we asked our parents over and over. As adults we shake our head at the news and utter it. On social media, with the pictures and stories (and some teasers if you’re in the indie… Read More Why?