First, thank you for voicing your opinions by votes and comments. But, once again, I failed to word my poll questions the best I could, so the voting results answer two questions and pose a couple of others. Several of you said the price you’d pay for the debut novel depended on what you already… Continue reading A book is worth …
Lately, I’ve been thinking a lot about book pricing. As an Indie Author, I will set my own prices for ebook and print. Price is an oft debated topic at Indie Publishing blogs. Some authors swear their books sell best when they raise their prices, others say their sales skyrocketed when they lowered the price.… Continue reading What is a book worth to you?
The answer is simple, but first let me ask another question. How many of you still have a car phone, cassette player, VCR, or even analog TV? Not many, I would guess. I’m happy to have my iPhone, CD and mp3 players, Blu-Ray disc player, and widescreen, high-definition TV. They are all improvements. Does the… Continue reading Why will printed books go the way of the dinosaur?
Recently, sweet Karen Schindler, sent me a link to a video of Jon Bonjovi singing Leonard Cohen’s Hallelujah, and that reminded me that I'd heard the song covered by others. I would be surprised if you haven’t heard some version of the song. As I found out, it’s been covered over forty times. I’m not… Continue reading But will they understand what I’ve written?
A month ago, I mentioned I was reading two story collections, one old, one new. I told you about the old one and promised to tell you about the second collection the next week. Then, I decided I should finish the book first, and life kept getting in my way, so I didn't finish the… Continue reading Since I loved it, I will tell you this