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Category Archives: Publishing
In 2017, lesfic author AE Radley set out to survey readers of lesbian and bisexual (F/F) themed fiction about what their reading habits and their views on lesfic and bi women themed books. Her questionnaire focused on things like preferred … Continue reading
‘Going Wide’ is a hot topic among self-published authors. Some put all of their book eggs in the Amazon basket and hope sales and page reads through Kindle Unlimited (KU) keep on coming. Others spread their work around, trying to … Continue reading
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2015 annual report for this blog. Interestingly to me, 4 of the top 5 visited articles this year were about lesbian fiction (lesfic). As much as I’d like to think that my work … Continue reading
I had an argument with an author friend the other day about cozy mysteries versus…well, everything else when it comes to my books. Cozy’s typically have a murder that happens off the page and/or that isn’t violent in appearance – … Continue reading
I thought I’d share some numbers to give those of you still on the fence about self publishing some idea what Kindle sales numbers and borrows look like for a debut, virtually unknown author. Keep in mind, I write in … Continue reading
Is it worth it from a monetary standpoint to forgo the Kindle Select program in order to be able to sell eBooks on other platforms like Barnes and Noble (Nook), Apple, Sony and KOBO? Does an indie author make more … Continue reading
In the words of Nike, ‘Just do it!‘- you can self publish. You can make 35% or more for your own work in digital format. You don’t need an agent and you don’t need a traditional publisher limiting you to … Continue reading