Friday Review: Tooth and Claw by Jo Walton

My rating: 4 of 5 starsThis Victorian era novel has all the hallmarks of a classic story of the era: family pressures, secrets, daughters who rebel, if quietly, at the strictures placed on females, and, of course, romance. There are politics afoot, manor houses for the wealthy, and all the trappings of Victorian society. It's … Continue reading Friday Review: Tooth and Claw by Jo Walton

Friday Review: Pricing Strategies: Maximize Your Bottom Line for Long-term Financial Health by Craig Martelle

My rating: 3 of 5 starsAs with the other titles in this series, this one is particularly focused on books in a series, rapid release of those books, and Kindle Unlimited readers. Those conditions don't apply to every author out there, so some may find it more useful than others. I don't limit myself to … Continue reading Friday Review: Pricing Strategies: Maximize Your Bottom Line for Long-term Financial Health by Craig Martelle

Friday Review: Release Strategies: Plan Your Self-Publishing Schedule for Maximum Benefit by Craig Martelle and Michael Anderle

My rating: 3 of 5 starsCraig Martelle knows the indie publishing world. He has made a decent career for himself with publishing his own books, as well as his series on how to be a successful indie author. While there are bits of information in this book that are valuable to anyone considering publishing independently, … Continue reading Friday Review: Release Strategies: Plan Your Self-Publishing Schedule for Maximum Benefit by Craig Martelle and Michael Anderle

Wednesday Writer: 7 Reasons Why Reviews Are Important

You have all seen, heard, and gotten the emails. "You recently purchased XXX. Would you like to write a review?" Reviews are becoming increasingly important to sellers of all types in these days of online research for everything. Authors also depend on reviews to help get word out about their work. You have seen me … Continue reading Wednesday Writer: 7 Reasons Why Reviews Are Important