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The League of Extraordinary Indie Writers Traveling Bookstore

So, it’s time for another round of . . . I published a book and the only people who know it are people in my immediate circle. I could spend the next 500+ words lamenting the fact that as an … Continue reading

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The Sincerely Forced Me

A blog topic elsewhere was things authors do to turn off readers. I took some valuable lessons from it, but one of my first thoughts was “Guilty on all charges.” The list of annoyances could be summarized as using social media for … Continue reading

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Stop Thinking Silver Bullets

Socializing probably confused you. You’ve forgotten that social networking is older than Facebook or Twitter. Turn out at my first book signing was ok, the staff thought it was good, and realists thought with 10-12, it could have been better. During the … Continue reading

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My First Book Signing!

Alright, keep it together. Act like you’ve been here before. Hey! I think I’m entitled to be excited about this sort of thing. What does it say about an artist (or any worker) who no longer gets excited about their … Continue reading

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