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  • 8 Ways to Make Your Writing Funnier (My Guest Post on Cat Rambo’s Site)

    Recently, Cat Rambo (President of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America – SFWA – and World Fantasy and Nebula nominated speculative fiction writer) offered my a guest spot on her blog. Naturally, I jumped on the opportunity, and decided to offer something just about any writer could get a few tips from: injecting humor into […]

  • My Garageband Settings for Audiobooks (ACX/Audible)

    Hi folks! A while ago I posted about recording an audiobook for my novel Where the Hell is Tesla? (I used Garageband for recording and exporting to ACX/  The post got a lot of positive response, and just the other day I got a request from Mark Clason for the actual settings I used in Garageband. I thought this […]

  • How I sold 1,000 copies of my book in three months (and maybe you can too).

    If you’re like me, a relatively new author without a strong “platform,” no real fan base yet, and no influential connections so far to help promote your book, trying to put together a plan for selling it can be daunting. And if you manage to put something into action, how many copies should you expect to sell? […]

  • Meet our New Author, Michael McCarthy

    “While the novelist is banging on his typewriter, the poet is watching a fly in the windowpane.”  –Billy Collins. Michael McCarthy is, in his words, “a lifelong explorer of the sacred.” Through a deepening poetic lens, he sees profound beauty in the commonplace. The ordinary is indeed richly extraordinary. He is a high school teacher […]

  • Yes, You Can Record Your Own Audiobook. Here’s How.

    When I finished writing and publishing Where the Hell is Tesla?, I looked at the book page, noticed the absence of an audiobook/CD, and said to myself “Hmmm. I wonder if I could do that myself?” I found out I could. And guess what? You can too. You, an independent author, can narrate and publish your own audiobook — for free! (Or close.)