So, there has been a little bit of buzz in the Facebook indie community asking fellow authors what works as far as expanding exposure and audience. I have to admit, with Sanguine Malum coming up, I am very interested to hear what people have had success with. Unfortunately, with DIY research on the subject, it’s … More Book Promotion Ideas?
Some of you may remember my crash and burn attempt to try out Tumblr a while back. Apparently, I did it wrong and got myself booted. Too much promo (really not that much promo but whatever). It took me a while to decide to try again, but I am determined to give it another shot. … More I’m Probably Too Old for This: Tumblr — Part Two, and Snapchat
I said I would update more… so, here we go! I was wondering why my coffee wasn’t doing the trick yesterday. Turns out, I was getting sick. Bleh bleh double-bleh with some Theraflu on top! You’d think that a sick day wouldn’t particularly affect an author, right? Not so much. Unfortunately, that foggy head thing … More When “Bleh” is a State of Being
Howdy! Long time no see! I know, I know… I really suck at keeping up with my blog. I’ll try to do better for you all; I have just been dedicating all my free writing time to Sanguine Malum, as of late. She’s coming along, and if all goes well I should have her out … More Update and Kepler!
Originally posted on Tampa Indie Author Book Convention:
by Kyle Perkins A little back story about the convention, as well as Virginia Johnson and I. In January of 2016, I became an author, and shortly after, Virginia became my PA. So, we had to navigate the indie world together, like two baby deer learning to walk.…
Since posting the article, a lot of new information has surfaced. Just scroll to the bottom and read my final update. Please help us spread the word, because this woman is dangerous, and the community needs to know what is lurking among them. Click here. Related Source: I have some new information on the “Why … More I have some new information on the “Why these catfishing accounts are dangerous,” article. – Author Kyle Perkins