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Updates

Hello, all! Been a while, I know. I have a post up on enathansisk.com that explains much of that, but I wanted to go ahead and address some of it here. Basically, I’ve been busy. Really busy. I have more … Continue reading

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Sharing the Wealth: 5/3/2014

Late, I know. Between work and my son’t birthday, this just fell off the radar. Still, an interesting week for publishing. Anne R Allen discusses keywords. It’s a good article that details the importance of choosing your keywords, an often … Continue reading

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FayTown Calling

I publishing this on enathansisk.com, but wanted to post it here as well.   A reader emailed me over the weekend asking about the next novel (If you heard a high pitched sound, it was me squealing like a schoolgirl). … Continue reading

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Steven Zacharius and Big Publishing

UPDATE: Passive Guy had another post on this here. Some wild stuff has been going down with Steven Zacahrius, the same guy who made that same Huffington Post article┬áI wrote about a while back. He responded on the Passive Guy … Continue reading

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Kobo Dashboard

Other than no showing zero sales, the Kobo dashboard looks pretty good. Everything is right up front, together, and concisely reported. A big advantage over KDP and what I saw of Smashwords before I abandoned that. It does take a … Continue reading

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Going Forward

Whew, been awhile since I last posted. Ugh, I hate that sentence. You know why? That’s the first thing you see when you pull up every abandoned, dilapidated blog. You know what I’m talking about, blogs that held a ton … Continue reading

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Google: Year in Review 2013

Not as good as last years, maybe less happened. Still one of the best videos you’ll get to see this year. And because the past three years have been big for me personally and the world as a whole.

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