Monthly Archives: June 2014

New 1.99 Short Novella FOREVER YESTERDAY

Katheriene Ballantree was the legendary author of Forever Yesterday, the other world-famous romantic Civil War novel set in Georgia. She died tragically young, under mysterious circumstances, among the sultry secrets of her coastal Savannah home, leaving behind an alcoholic husband … Continue reading

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For Those Days When Coffee Isn’t Enough

I play with designs at Zazzle, Cafe Press and RedBubble. This puppy is the latest. A sturdy mug, priced at 14.95, just slightly above the cost of whatever Zazzle makes off it, (I do this to test designs and learn … Continue reading

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Big 5 Publishing-Rolling in Money, Right?

Click to read the article at Digital Book World How Much Money The Big Publishers Actually Make To look at publisher earnings this way is a mistake. Most books barely earn their advance back and create very little if any … Continue reading

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Biscuit Love Reviews Is Tickled By Dragons

HOW TO TAME YOUR DRAGON Click my adorable wee little self The Husband and I don’t need to rent some young’uns as an excuse to see animated films. We’re fangeeks; just give us enough wink-wink humor or solemn moments to … Continue reading

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Two-Sentence Horror Stories You Won’t Forget

Click below, if you dare! Brilliant concept. A great writing challenge. TWO SENTENCE HORROR STORIES

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Me, Steve Martin, and the Iron Horse

University of Georgia Nostalgia–30 things that are gone with the goat I’m a UGA alum (School of Journalism,) so the article above brought back a lot of memories. For one, I have Steve Martin’s autographed flyer circa 1976 from Athen’s … Continue reading

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Amazon’s Fire smart phone could fire up ebook sales?

I’m not a tech-head or a business brain, but I’m trying to comprehend the cause and effect behind everything Amazon does. After all, it’s important to the bottom line of so many small and mid-tier presses like mine. Bell Bridge … Continue reading

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