Tag: indie publishing

Chapter 1 of “Abigail”

“Abigail” is my second novel–a fantasy romance that was published in late July. Blurb: When Abigail’s supposedly immortal faery mother is found murdered, her human father sells her in to slavery. Bought by a young and wealthy landowner named William, she is whisked away to a Grecian island to play caretaker for his baby sister….


Updates, Updates, Updates!

I’ve been really bad about blogging because I’ve been insanely busy.  However, I do have about five draft blogs started and just hanging out in my dashboard–I’ll get to them eventually. What’s happening now? A lot. The Indie Eclective has launched! Yes, we know how to spell eclectic and we surely know how to spell…


Coexist at Pixel of Ink Today!

My friend and fellow author Julia Crane is being featured today at Pixel of Ink, a very prestigious (and hard to come by) advertising venue for Kindle books on the cheap. Pixel of Ink has nearly 160,000 unique visitors to their site each month as well as 47 thou Facebook fans.  It is by no…


Indie Author Spotlight – Laura Yirak

Delivered to Eternity, An Alesta the Vampire Book by Laura Yirak   In Alexandria, Scotland, Alesta finds herself in yet another “Soul” encounter. It is every vampire’s deepest desire to take life’s very essence. In her struggle she is brought back to very dark times.   There is William McKenzie, husband, lover, enemy, The Count,…


Indie Author Spotlight – David Gaughran

Let’s Get Digital: How To Self-Publish, And Why You Should by David Gaughran (Goodreads Author) 4.56  ·  rating details ·  16 ratings ·  7 reviews From Goodreads: “You won’t make any money from self-publishing.”  MYTH! The internet has revolutionized every business it has come into contact with, and publishing is no different. For the first…


What You May Not Know

Dear Reader: I do this for you. Okay, well that may be a little bit wrong because I don’t just do it for you, I do it for me too.  You see, a writer is a writer not because of any aspirations of being rich and famous but because it’s necessary. Have you experienced those…


Indie Author Spotlight – Jack Wallen

It’s time for another edition of Indie Author Spotlight, and today, I want to scream praises for JACK WALLEN. You may recall, Jack guest posted here at the Cottage several weeks back on how indie publishing puts control in the hands of the author.  A great post, and well worth the read. I’m a fan. …


IWU Blog Tour – Athanasios Galanis, part deux

TOM IS BACK!! Be excited. I know I am.  He comes to give his trademark eloquent answers to my questions, as well as to share a couple excerpts from Mad Gods.  If you don’t want this book by the time this interview is over, you’re out yo mind. 1.) Immediately upon going to Adam’s Blog,…


Revelations of the Week

Revelation #1 I am no longer going to actively seek book reviewers. What an awful process.  I do so much else trying to promote my books.  I’ve had several very unpleasant situations happen this week in regards to finding book bloggers to review my work.  As of now, I’m not actively seeking; if a book…


Indie Author Spotlight 2 – More Talia Jager

The Ultimate Sacrifice by Talia Jager (Goodreads Author) 4.33  ·  rating details ·  9 ratings ·  8 reviews Within our world exists a much darker world only known to a select few. Some are identified as “gifted” and brought to a special institute where they develop their own unique talent and understanding of this world…


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