Back in 2007 the Washington Post teamed up with renowned violin prodigy Joshua Bell to perform a social experiment. The writers wanted to see if busy people, in a busy place would notice beauty when it was presented out of... Continue Reading →
Occasionally, there arises a writing situation where you see an alternative to what you are doing, a mad, wild gamble of a way for handling something, which may leave you looking stupid, ridiculous or brilliant ― you just don't know which. You... Continue Reading →
Hey folks...please take a moment to read this and respond. This type of feedback helps us indie authors make our books available to more people. Looking For Some Advice From Non-U.S. Readers of eBooks | Michael R. Hicks.
Here is a very good article with real-world numbers that explain why indy authors like me spend far more time and energy promoting our e-book channels than our print channels. Bottom line...get a Kindle if you don't have one yet!... Continue Reading →