Top Ten EBooks from Yesterday and Today weekending 3/15/13


Top Ten EBooks from Yesterday, courtesy of Gutenberg.org: All Things Considered by G. K. Chesterton (12448) Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen (8015) Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain (7561) Les Misérables by Victor Hugo (7035) The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (6708) Gulliver's Travels by Jonathan Swift (6139) The … Continue reading Top Ten EBooks from Yesterday and Today weekending 3/15/13

Review: Rockin Body performed by Shaun T


A few months ago, I bought a Groupon deal of The Rockin' Body workout sale, what was supposed to be seven dvds, a calendar of workouts and a cookbook. What I got a few weeks later, was 2 dvds,  a workout calendar and a tiny cookbooklet .  Was I surprised how little actually showed up. … Continue reading Review: Rockin Body performed by Shaun T

Q: How to get 1% of the population to buy my books?


Had a revelation today: There are over 311M people in the U.S. All I need is 1% of them to buy my Novel, short story compilation and forthcoming cookbook 🙂 Now to generate ideas on how to make this happen!  Welcome to suggestions oh and there isn't a 'marketing' budget, so it has to be … Continue reading Q: How to get 1% of the population to buy my books?

What a Wild Week


From student to not student. Decided I didnt like doing homework 12 hours a day afterall.  Especially Math and Coding.  Why the Vocational Assessor wrote in her report that web development was a viable career for me is beyond me.  I dont like math or fiddly little detail crap work that coding requires. So, told them to … Continue reading What a Wild Week

Sorry no Monday Book Review


Apologies to everyone that was looking forward to a Monday Book Review, but you'll be glad to know the weekend was spent in productivity. I did my SPRING CLEANING!! Yes, yours truly, spent the weekend cleaning, rearranging, organizing, tossing. An old, rickety dresser that was taking up space is in the dumpster and my 300 … Continue reading Sorry no Monday Book Review

Sales of e-books jump in January past hardcovers


>Straight from the Associated Press.  This is one reason I jumped on the E-Book bandwagon and abandoned my search for an agent/publisher.  After a few years of sending out endless expensive book proposals, synopses, letters of introduction, etc, I just published my novel on Smashwords (who, in turn, publishes it to the major e-tailers).  And … Continue reading Sales of e-books jump in January past hardcovers