ARE YOU A KINDLE UNLIMITED SUBSCRIBER? Check out Upside Down's newest version! UPSIDE DOWN SERIALS – BOOK 1 This is a KindleUnlimited Subscriber Special Edition If you’re not a subscriber, please find Upside Down by Liz Gavin at the Kindle Store to find the complete version of this serial edition. Carol Anne Sullivan is a tough New … Continue reading KINDLE UNLIMITED SERIALS
No time to write a new story? Why not give an old one a new cover? For the last four months or so, I haven't been able to write much more than blog posts and I've been feeling quite depressed about it. Last week, I decided to change the cover for 'Powerless', one of my … Continue reading NEW COVER FOR POWERLESS
Welcome back to my series of posts about Marketing Indie books! I’m honored to have you here again. On January 18th, I talked about how hard and time-consuming creating covers can be. If you haven’t read the post, please, click here. I think you’ll have fun with the exercise I proposed there. Today I will … Continue reading MARKETING INDIE BOOKS (Part 3 of 5)
WOW! I woke up to some great news this morning. Luck of the Irish got to # 112 in the Kindle Store. Now, I KNOW it’s due to a FREE PROMO but I’m celebrating it anyway. It got 2,045 downloads in a single day and that alone is quite an achievement for an indie book, … Continue reading #112 AMAZON KINDLE STORE
Liz Gavin is one of the most energetic and awesome people I’ve ever encountered. Her obvious zest and love for life is contagious and I’m so glad she has stopped at WATCH NONNIE WRITE! to share some of those positive vibes. She’s here today to kick off the 1st of a five-part series on MARKETING INDIE BOOKS. Guests, I give you, AUTHOR, LIZ GAVIN!
It is hard to write a novel. It’s time-consuming to the point we neglect family and friends. It’s so distracting we walk around with our heads in the clouds, hearing dialogs in our heads and seeing things that are not there. All writers know what I’m talking about here. It’s nothing new but it’s a fact.
It is also a fact that most writers know next to nothing about promoting their books. They – no, strike that…
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Why did I become an Indie Author? I’ve got asked this question a lot and I found out there’s no easy answer. On one hand, there were many stories inside my head fighting to get out and onto the paper (or an eReader screen), and this was clearly a reason. But on the other hand, … Continue reading Becoming an Indie Author
LATEST REVIEWS ON AMAZON 5.0 out of 5 stars AWESOME BOOK!!, January 7, 2015 By Amazon Customer "Jaded-Angel Reynaud-McCloud" (Reno, NV, USA) Verified Purchase This review is from: Luck of the Irish: Complete Edition (Kindle Edition) WOW!!! I read the whole book in 24 hours. It was so good I had the hardest time putting it down. The story takes … Continue reading
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MARKETING INDIE BOOKS (Part 1 of 5) Welcome to my first series of posts. I chose to blog about my craft - writing indie books. Not because I'm an expert, on the contrary. I want to share my doubts and experiences with you hoping someone out there may shed light on … Continue reading MARKETING INDIE BOOKS (Part 1 of 5)
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