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SEQUEL NOW AVAILABLE FOR PRE-ORDER
Release date is set for March 23rd! This edition with sell for $5.99 shortly after release date, but Pre-order early and get the kindle edition at a discounted $4.99 as a thank you for early ordering.
Ever Wanted To Ask Me… Stuff?
Nathan Van Coops, a friend and fellow author, is throwing a launch party for his newest title: The Day After Never (book three in the ‘Times Like These‘ series). A few other authors, including but not limited to, Rysa Walker, Michael J. Sullivan, Bryan
The Author, The Sequel, and the Wallpaper
It is not the announcement that readers deserve, but the one they need. Today I’m announcing big news for Jonathan Tibbs readers! Unfortunately, that news is not a set publication date for the sequel, but a development that will directly affect said date. First
Call to Arms – Book Marketing Results
Reblogged: an analysis of the many different Book advertisers available. Call to Arms – Book Marketing Results.
A Nice Ride While It Lasts
During the first week of June, I ran a $0.99 promotion on The Never Hero. If you’re interested in reading about the campaign itself, I posted updates on this thread while it was taking place. I’ll likely post a synopsis about
Indie Author Resources
I’ve been working at this indie author self-promotions thing since I first published The Never Hero back in September 2014. I’ve learned a lot since then, so I thought I would compile a list of all the most helpful links I’ve
Cover Art | Hiring A Professional
Have some Photoshop skills? Thinking perhaps you should design your own book cover to save on hiring a professional? If yes than you are a lot like me two months ago. I’d been hesitant about hiring a designer since I
The Next Free Promotion
I recently ran a free promotion on The Never Hero. See details at: Running An Amazon Free Book Promotion | Time to Hustle. As a result of the initial run I saw: A marked increase in sales, approximately 200% of
The Fear Of Reviewing Another Author’s Work
This may sound paranoid, but I’m curious if other authors have this experience. Ever since I published my first novel, I find the thought of reviewing other people’s work intimidating. Mainly, I am afraid to post anything other than a