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Conventional Attitudes- what I learned about promoting my book at Rhode Island Comic Con

Only have a minute? Here’s the quicky version: Indie sci-fi and fantasy authors can have a great time selling at comic book¬†conventions- if you are willing to have the right attitude, including: 1- Regarding comic cons as a unique opportunity. … Continue reading

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The Last Sunset on BBC Scotland

Fellow Greyhart Press author, Bob Atkinson’s time-travel adventure, The Last Sunset, recently earned prominent mention by BBC Scotland. Check out the article in which Atkinson reveals how his work was influenced by the stark landscape of the Scottish Highlands.

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Do indy and small press writers have a moral obligation to support their own kind?

Lately I’ve been spending a bit of time on Wattpad, and if you haven’t heard of Wattpad, it’s an interesting idea: a social network for writers of all skill levels. You can post stories in progress there, get comments and … Continue reading

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97 Agents That Accept Fantasy Submissions

This may be helpful to a few writers out there. After I finished VampCon, I spent from August 2011 until April 2012 methodically querying any agencies that would look at fantasy. Alas, it did not work out, so I began … Continue reading

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Sympathy for an Amazonian Devil.-part 1, Literary Democracy

It’s no secret that Amazon, like Google, Apple and FaceBook, is a juggernaut. Amazon has set its site on global booksales domination, and eBook domination (via Kindle). It has taken on Cable TV and Hulu with its Amazon Instant Video … Continue reading

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