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[REALITY CHECK] - Kindle Pre-orders: How it Works and What You Need to Know!

Posted by Zetta Brown on August 27, 2014 at 7:00am 0 Comments

We're going a little off schedule this week on [REALITY CHECK]. In Jim's previous post about what Amazon can (and can't) do with your ebook (see "Amazon Ate My Ebook!"), he said that "Later in August I plan to publish another article that centres around Amazon, this time about print books."

Well, sometimes you're better off not planning ahead just in case something juicy pops up...and it has...and that something juicy is Amazon's new Kindle pre-order feature for ebooks.

Jim will be back to fulfill his earlier promise, but right now he wants to share some info you may or may not be aware of regarding this new tool for publishers and authors who sell…


A Q&A with Kelly Sundberg, Author of “It Will Look Like a Sunset”

Posted by Melanie Bishop on August 27, 2014 at 9:30am 0 Comments

On the day I was finalizing my review of Kelly Sundberg's essay, "It Will Look Like a Sunset," I searched for her on LinkedIn and Facebook, found her both places, and sent her private messages. I identified myself as a fan, told her I was reviewing her essay, and asked if she'd be willing to answer a few questions. She was wonderfully gracious, taking time to answer my questions that same day, from Idaho, at her summer job in  the Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness. Our email conversation follows.

Bishop: You say that the publication of "It Will Look Like a Sunset" led to over 20,000 views of your blog. My guess is by now that number is much higher. The essay has obvious literary value, but also has societal and cultural relevance as an essay that pioneers the…


Grammar Tip: Who vs. That

Posted by Maria Murnane on August 26, 2014 at 2:32pm 1 Comment

No matter who publishes our books, we authors typically write our own bios, especially those that go on our websites, LinkedIn profiles, Facebook pages, and so on. I read a lot of them that begin something like this:


  • Jane Doe is a nurse that always wanted to write a book, so one day she decided to go for it...


  • John Smith was having trouble getting his manuscript noticed by traditional publishers, but he isn't a person that backs away from a challenge, so he chose the indie route and has had great success...


  • Jane Doe is a licensed therapist that works with people of all ages to help them manage post-traumatic stress disorder...


These are all compelling…


Be An Ally: Read in Peace Today For Michael Brown And The People of Ferguson, Missouri

Posted by Kamy Wicoff on August 25, 2014 at 1:00pm 11 Comments

A week and a half ago, I was reading Twain's "A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court" to my boys, and came across this passage about the barbaric "order" of medieval life, which boiled down to who could kill whom with impunity. 

"A master might kill his slave for nothing: for mere spite, malice, or to pass the time--just as we have seen that the crowned head could do it with his slave, that is to say, with anybody. A gentleman could kill a free commoner, and pay for him--cash or garden-truck. A noble could kill a noble without expense, as far as the law was concerned, but reprisals in kind were to be expected. Anybody could kill somebody, except the commoner and the slave; these had no privileges. If they killed, it was murder, and the law wouldn't stand murder. It…


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5 Physical Benefits of Sailing

Sailing is not just a fun sport, it is helpful for fitness physically and mentally. Enjoying the sunlight over the water surface makes us go wild and feel the adventure. Many people have a habit of setting out into the sea. Some enjoy the calm water and some enjoy the high tide. It brings peace to our mind and soul. Several components of fitness include aerobic fitness, cardiovascular support, muscular strength, etc. People are crazy about fitness these days. Due to health benefits people…

Infertility & Female Hormonal Imbalance

Women experience hormonal imbalance due to the fact that there are times that there are either too little or too much hormones being produced by their body. Hormones are supposed to be body chemicals that ensures that your body functions properly. If ever a woman's hormones are not balanced, there are…

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AMAZON PRE-ORDER; Is it for you?

"The best laid plans of mice and men" .... so AMAZON started preorder and changed my strategy to launch the revised edition for  The Bridge Of Deaths. I of course have no idea if it will be for the better, but I am sure enjoying the excuse to promote with a COUNTDOWN.…


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