So, there’s an issue going around where readers are buying books online off major platforms like Amazon, reading the entire book, and then requesting to return it for a full refund simply because they didn’t like it. Here’s my two cents on the topic.
Depending on what you’ve heard in the past, these words either inspire hope or fear. That’s why I’m here to break down what they mean in the publishing industry and shed some light on the stigma behind both.
Nothing feels better than holding a finished manuscript in your hand…or on your computer. So let’s take the next step to getting published! And I’m here to tell you that indie publishing may surprise you.
While honeymooning on my cruise, I had some time to sit back and relax with a shiny new book and, of course, it had to be a historical romance. Check out my review of Beth Fuller’s novel, The Heir of Drymote.
Looking for a book with a lot of shocking twists? What about an antagonist that is true to the word and makes you want to reach through the pages to strangle them yourself? Look no further than Ellie Jay’s Family Secrets.
You’ve probably noticed that over the past month and a half, posts have been really slow. Fear not! I’m coming back this year with more content on publishing tips, writing advice, book reviews, and more of my rambling thoughts.
I had the pleasure of reading a powerful book of poems dedicated to the battle of a virtually invisible disease known as endometriosis. This book is called Life Interrupted by D. L. Heather.
This one is called Oh, Baubles by Harmony Kent. It’s technically a novella which makes it a quick and easy read for anyone traveling for the holidays.
After a short hiatus for the holidays, I’m back with a new book review! This one goes to author Jessica Kemery and her book titled, The Paladin’s Sin. This is the first book in The Paladin’s Sin Series and a lot of wholesome epic fantasy along the way.
Have you ever gotten a less than great review on one of your stories? Well, I have, and let me tell you it’s not the best feeling in the world. After the initial shock of wondering how someone could find your story confusing, or with characters that lack growth, it turns into asking yourself if what they say is true.