Book Review: Sound and Fury by S.A. Archer and S. Ravynheart
Sound and Fury: Not your average fairy tale.
Book Review: Blood Magic by Domino Finn
Quote from Domino Finn’s Amazon bio: “If Domino could shout one message to the world, it would be that it’s okay to take fantasy seriously.”
Book Review: Demontouched by Douglas Wayne
Demons. Demons everywhere. Demons abound in Douglas Wayne’s dark urban fantasy Demontouched.
Book Review: Succubus by Kate Whitaker
What do you get when you mix Pittsburgh with the paranormal? Succubus by Kate Whitaker, a fantastic urban fantasy adventure.
Practical Writing Advice: Selling Your Book
Want new ideas for increasing your book’s sales? Check out Rayne Hall’s Why Does My Book Not Sell? for quick advice on selling your book.
The Book Marketing Bible by Norm Schriever
Struggling to think of ideas for marketing your newest pride and joy? Take a look at Norm Schriever’s The Book Marketing Bible.
Navigating Amazon with “How to Sell Fiction on Kindle”
If you’re planning on self-publishing via the Amazon Kindle store but are unsure of how to begin, How to Sell Fiction on Kindle by Michael Alvear has practical tips to help you market your book on Amazon.
How To Sell Your Books By The Truckload On Amazon.com
If you’ve ever had questions on how to sell your eBooks on the Kindle store, you are not alone. How to Sell Your Books by the Truckload on Amazon.com by Penny C. Sansevieri can serve as a practical guide to navigating self-publishing on Amazon.com.
Book Review: Help Fund My Robot Army!!!
What’s the strangest Kickstarter campaign you’ve ever heard of? Help Fund My Robot Army!!!, a unique speculative fiction anthology edited by John Joseph Adams, provides an imaginative takes on what would happen if this crowd-sourcing platform were injected with projects straight out of science-fiction and fantasy.
Book Review: Machine of Death
What if you knew how you were going to die? Do you think you would be relieved or terrified, or some strange combination? The contributors of the Machine of Death, a speculative fiction anthology, tackle intriguing and varied answers to this very question.