The market is still there. The demand is still there. The work still exists and, in fact, more people probably read it because of your tantrum. No actual victims were saved because of your internet slacktivism, so cut the shit. I’ve actually had a draft about censorship in the queue for a while, and I fully … More Getting a Book Pulled Doesn’t Make You a Hero
And I thought politicians were the experts of spin. Let me start by saying that I love the indie community and I am so happy to be a tiny part of it. There’s really nothing like it, and I owe bits and pieces of any success I see to the awesome people who keep this … More An Unavoidable Downside to the Tight-Knit Indie World
I have a confession to make. This past week has been one of the roughest I’ve had since I decided to write professionally. Don’t get me wrong — by all accounts, life has been the same as it has been for a while. I haven’t had any recent personal tragedies or new struggles. As far as … More Banishing ‘The Block’
Oh boy… you can’t swing a dead cat in the indie community without coming across this one! Or maybe it is my proximity to those speaking out that has this dominating my newsfeed, I don’t know. Anyway, I have a lot to say in comments and messages so I figured, why not just throw it … More Because I know you all are just dying to read another long blog post about this shit.
So, my Tumblr was terminated before it even got off the ground! Lame. I originally made the account with the hopes of becoming more active and having another way to connect with people. Unfortunately, with a few book releases within the last few months and trying to juggle writing and promoting, I really hadn’t done … More Fine, Tumblr… I never understood you, anyway!