Dear Fellow Indie Authors, I care about you and and we need to have a talk. We need to talk about why the beginners among us are such easy targets for scams and bullshit. As you know, independently publishing your Continue reading Indie Authors: Don’t Get Scammed
I haven’t written a post about writing organizations since 2013, and my view of them has changed a bit since then. So, I thought I’d write a new post about how to choose the best writing organizations at each point Continue reading Writing Organizations
Recently I was asked how many times I’ve incorporated reader suggestions into my books and how much my readers dictate where my stories go. To be honest, I can’t give you an exact number of times I’ve incorporated a fan’s Continue reading Whose Book is it Anyway?
Today, I (and many other writers) received a survey from a marketing mentor asking about TikTok. Apparently, this is the direction advertising and selling books is heading. Mind you, for a young, tech-savvy fifty-year-old, I am perfectly comfortable with video, Continue reading A Writer’s Priority is Writing – Not Managing ALL the Social Media.
Aiming for Trouble will not be coming out until the end of June now. I apologize to my readers for that. I had no choice but to bump the release date because I have so much going in in April/May Continue reading Had to Bump the Schedule
Inherited Djinn: Book One Every family has that one crazy story… My name is Bill MacPhegor and I had no idea my wallflower Uncle Harold was the last Protectorate of the Vessels in a long family legacy spanning centuries. That is until Continue reading Djinn & Bourbon Series Debut!
Two titles for sure that are coming in 2022, and that you won’t want to miss include Aiming for Trouble and Inherited Djinn. In Inherited Djinn (Urban Fantasy, late March), we follow Bill MacPhegor as he navigates his new life Continue reading Books Coming in 2022
It is a scientific fact that all successful people use some kind of planner. I’m a planner. A lot of people I know are planners. The only way you’ll know if you’re a planner is if you try it. The Continue reading Review: High Performance Planner
Many years ago, someone made a comment to me something to the effect of, “Writing sure is an expensive hobby.” Back then, I thought this person meant that with as little as most writers made (money-wise) that most of them Continue reading An Expensive Hobby
Thirteen Witches. One Ancient Book. One Big Problem. I’m Samagina Montgomery, and let’s just say I like my witchcraft solitary. Just me, my divine intelligences (Daemons), and my cat. Then Sarah, my aunt’s Wiccan friend, shows up and tells me Continue reading New Release: A Purloined Solstice (Paranormal Cozy Mystery/ PWF / UF)