Getting reviews can be so difficult for small press/Indie authors. Believe me, I know the pain. As I've worked my way through the wild west Interweb I've been lucky enough to find & follow plenty of book bloggers, mostly for their fascinating reviews. A lot of these websites accept books for reviews, which makes them just [...]
Friday Favorites is a prompt created by Kibby at Something of the Book and it's a brand new blog hop. Come and join us! Today's favorites: Old School YA books (YA release before 2000) *rubs hands together* Alright, bookworms. Let's get this party started. Surprising absolutely no one, Tamora Pierce is about to feature heavily in my [...]
Want to join in on the fun? Go sign up at That Artsy Reader Girl and come blog hop with all of us bookworms. I have to admit, I love a good villain. The action seems more exciting, the stakes are higher, the plot is richer and the snark factor (in the best books) goes up by [...]
This week's list was an interesting one, because it was nearly impossible for me to do. I try hard to stay away from bashing bad books. In the first place, I wouldn't like it done to my books. That shit hurts. Second, I might meet the actual author some day, and that would be awkward [...]
Pro Life Tip 1: The internet is forever. Screenshots exist. Pro Life Tip 2: Romance authors and readers are fierce, badass ladies who take zero shit. Combine the two and what do you get? Right now, you get #cockygate. For anyone unfamiliar, an indie author with an erotic series centered around the word "cocky" in [...]
*And no, "Ban" is not an up-cycled traditional French men's name. I literally mean "ban" as in "refuse access" New self-hosted website, new world, brave new problems. So far I have been extremely lucky in the troll department *knocks on wood*. Mostly because my site is very small, possibly because the tiny niche of aspiring [...]
Switching from the free (.wordpress.com) website to a self-hosted (.com) site has a lot of support. For starters, there are plenty of how-to articles with step by step instructions. There are YouTube videos. The self-hosting service I chose (Site Ground) works with WordPress so that computer illiterate people, like me, only have to push a [...]
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