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Writing a series? 5 things to ponder before you commit

“Those who can, do; those who can’t, teach.” I forget who said that, and I suppose I could look it up if I wasn’t so lazy, but I also know that I’m easily distracted and I’m trying to write a

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Tell Me About 50 Shades of Grey

Or: Should I be feeling the shame? by Thea Atkinson I’ve been reading a lot of indie fiction lately, and not just because I want to be supportive. I truly have been finding a lot of enjoyable reads…and a lot

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Is Your Book Not Selling? Get It Critiqued

My Revelations: Thank you Victorine et al by Thea Atkinson Recently, I submitted One Insular Tahiti to Victorine’s Lieske’s blog: Why is this book not selling. I had what I thought was a good product: it originally won me my

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The happy crappy ending: Or can you afford to write what you want?

Every time someone that I know asks me what type of stuff I write, I end up floundering for a description. I like to call myself psychological thriller with literary leanings, but deep down in my heart I know that’s

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Indie vs Traditional: equal or not?

If you follow my blog (and please do, there’s something in it for ya), then you’ll know I’m a writer. But you know, my labels don’t stop there. I’m always amazed when I’m asked to decide whether I’m a writer

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The squirrel army is 4 members strong and growing.

Last week, I mentioned I was looking for an army of squirrels. (folks who love reading and stockpile their books like nuts in their cozy little dens) Forget Uncle Sam or Auntie Canuck: I want you. I need readers, you

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