Do you have long, quiet periods where nothing much is going on followed by bursts of activity? It seems to work that way in my life. Also, that sort of describes spring where I live, except that this year we had an abundant rainy season preceding the burst of bloom occurring now. I’m in the… Continue reading What’s up with Linda Cassidy Lewis?
I'm happy to let you know that these two novels are deeply discounted starting today ... but not for long. The Kindle versions of The Brevity of Roses and An Illusion of Trust will both be priced at 99 cents (US) or 99 pence (UK) from 8am, February 18 to 8am, February 22. If you… Continue reading You Don’t Want to Miss This!
As an indie writer, decision making is both a blessing and a curse—I get to make them all and I have to make them all. Making decisions at any time does not come easy for me. My current one concerns what I should publish next. And beyond that I’m trying to decide what I should… Continue reading What Should I Write and Publish?
I’ve been reading book marketing tips for three years, but recently I learned something that made me want to do the “V8” forehead smack. If you sell your ebooks on Amazon, but only link to the book page in your own country, do you know you might be missing sales? I live in the US,… Continue reading Sell More Kindle Books with Better Links
If you design your own book cover, you may encounter many problems. Being too close to the story is one of those. If you’re too emotionally involved, you might not be able to envision the best cover design. I know. I didn’t initially design the best cover for my novel An Illusion of Trust. (See… Continue reading A Book Cover Designing Problem