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Audiobooks Point #5: Finding a Reader

You've got your book up on ACX, ready for a reader. So do dozens, hundreds, of others. You've made your book sound as appealing as possible, picked the best scene in the book to intrigue any reader who happens along. And nothing happens. One day, two, three go by, and...

Audiobooks Point #2: First Steps

So how do you get started on your wonderful foray into this new adventure of audiobooks? The first thing I remember doing is creating an ACX account. You use the same login as you use for Amazon, so thank goodness not another user name or password! Somewhere along in...

Audiobooks Point #1: List One Book At A Time

I have a small break waiting for the last corrections to come in on two audiobooks, so I'm going to get started on my Audiobook Journey. LESSON #1 - List One Book At A Time Why is this the first lesson? Because this is the very first mistake I made. To begin at the...

I’m going into Audiobooks!

Yes, I'm going into Audiobooks. I'm going to try to keep track of every step along the way, maybe someone else will have the same questions I have. My brain tends to see options where other people find things straightforward. I hope to cover things that seem obvious...

Research, Writing and Reviewers

Reading reviews can be tough. Particularly when you've done all the research, spent months, years even, checking facts before writing, and then checking again as you write. I just got a review I feel I must respond to. Someone just raised a number of biblical...

Romance Gets Respect—At Last!

A wonderful piece came across my Facebook feed today, forwarded by none other than Julia Quinn and Teresa Mederios. Even better, it is an article from Smithsonian.com! And the title is "Why Can't Romance Novels Get Any Love?" Now, that might not sound so hopeful,...

Finding Kindle Corrected Books

When I first contacted Amazon, informed them that I had reworked Temper The Wind, and asked how to notify all the poor people who had bought it, Amazon told me that they would put a notice in the "Manage Your Kindle" section of the purchaser's account. Since I didn't...

Amazon Surprise

I wrote earlier about how Amazon works to help their authors succeed, and yesterday I had another graphic illustration of what they do. I was going through my emails and suddenly, from Amazon, I saw in the subject line "Fortune's Flower." At first I was puzzled, had...

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