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Happy 2018!

Wishing you wonderful adventures and happy times with family and friends this coming year. Happy New Year, everyone!

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Merry Christmas and a Free Book

How is everyone’s holiday going so far? My husband and I are visiting my mother and sister for Christmas but will be home for the New Year.

In the spirit of the season, I’d like to gift one of my books. Head on over to Smashwords and download A Little Christmas Magic, for free from December 25, 2017 ­ to January 1, 2018. In addition, many fellow authors with Beaten Track Publishing are also offering or are discounting some of their books for the holiday season. You’ll need a code to download them. 

The codes are:
EY100 (free)
SEY50 (50% off)

Download A Little Christmas Magic   and then check out the other Beaten Track Publishing books available.

Merry Christmas to all who celebrate it!

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Bi Visibility eBook Sale

In honor of Bi Visibility Day on September 23, 2017 and Bi Week September 17-24th, my publisher, Beaten Track Publishing is having a sale and will also hold a Rafflecopter giveaway.

All ebooks that

  • Feature at least one bisexual main character
  • Present positive portrayals of / explore issues relevant to bisexual (or other non-monosexual) people.

are 50% off. BTP publishes authors that write across all genres.

Take a look at Beaten Track Publishing’s  site, find a new author, and check out the books. You won’t be disappointed.

 

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I’m Not Going to Be Nice About this Shit

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Hillary Clinton’s book, What Happened? is due to be released September 12th, but some passages have already leaked.  One, in particular, has gotten a lot of press.  You can read it above.  Headlines such as “Clinton Blasts Sanders” make it sound as if she says terrible things about him.  Of course, any time a woman says anything less than adulatory about a man, she’s being a shrew and a bitch, she’s castrating him, she’s “blasting” him.  But look at what Clinton really says.

  1.  She and Bernie Sanders agreed on so much.
  2. Sanders shared her horror at Trump becoming President.
  3. She appreciated Sanders’ campaigning for her in the general election.
  4. Sanders was correct that Democrats needed to strengthen their emphasis on working families.
  5. Sanders was correct that, due to our insane campaign finance system, there’s always a danger of spending too much time courting donors.
  6. Sanders engaged a lot of young…

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Interview Roulette

What’s Interview Roulette? It’s where author Kim Fielding interviews authors with random questions and today was my chance to play the game on her blog. I’ll provide the link and if you visit it, one of the things you’ll find out is what Harry Potter house I was put into.

Go and find out more about me at K Fielding Writes

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The All Romance Fiasco

If you’ve been following the All Romance ebook retailer scandal, here’s a thorough blog post that gives good information on what’s happening.

All Romance Steals

 

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All Romance eBook Closure

I’ve copied and pasted the following from Debbie McGowan’s blog. If you’ve purchased any of my books from ARe and can no longer access them on ARe, please contact Beaten Track Publishing for your book.


Today, All Romance eBooks, LLC announced the closure of their site and services on 31st December, 2016.

If you have purchased any Beaten Track titles via All Romance eBooks and have been unable to download them, please forward your receipt to us (email store at beatentrackpublishing.com), along with the format of ebook you require (epub, mobi, PDF), and we will send your ebook.

Beaten Track Publishing titles are no longer available from All Romance eBooks.

Many thanks for your support.

EDIT: This is an edit from information I’m getting from other authors. If you’ve preordered books from All Romance and the book was published by a different publishing house, you can present your receipt to those publishers, like Dreamspinner, Less Than Three Press, NineStar Press, and they will honor the books for you. Many authors will also do the same thing. But please check this information out for yourself to be sure it’s correct.

 

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Free 12 Days of Christmas ebooks

Each year there are a few online ebook sellers that gift free ebooks for the twelve days leading up to Christmas. The two I’m watching this year are, All Romance, and Forbidden Fiction.

For All Romance, each book they offer is available for two days, then a new one replaces a previous offer. Just go to ARE’s homepage and click on the moving banner when it shows a free book. You should see two free books. Today’s offer is only one because it’s the first day. Here’s the link to All Romance Ebooks

Forbidden Fiction lists all their 12 books on one page. Each book has a code under the book. When the day arrives for your freebie, click on the book’s image and it’ll take you to the page for that book. Add it to your cart and use the code they provided. Their link is here: Forbidden Fiction 12 Days 2016

If you know of any other generous ebooks sellers gifting books this holiday season, feel free to share their links in the comment section.

Happy 12 Days of Reading!

 

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Holiday Spotlight 2016 – K.C. Faelan

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A Chronicle of the Amazon Page Flip Controversy: Or, how to piss off a ton of your vendors all at once

I don’t use KU, but for those authors who do, you might find this blogpost interesting.

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For the past several weeks (and in some case months), authors publishing through KDP Select have been noticing a massive decrease in pages read (KENP = Kindle Edition Normalized Pages). I blogged about his before here and here, mostly about how it has hit me personally. In this post I would like to attempt a summary of what’s been going on and what the authors affected think might be causing it.

Most of what I know comes from a discussion thread on Kboards, a forum for indie authors. The thread was started on Oct. 2, and authors quickly began chiming in with information on decreasing numbers of pages read on Amazon. A few authors said they had seen no decrease, but the vast majority have observed decreases of between 30% – 90%.

Naturally, once we noticed that we weren’t the only ones taking a huge hit to the…

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