Monthly Archives: August 2011

Now computers are writing fiction – is this the death of publishing?

Expect my August sales figures as well as a new story in the next few days. But for now, here is another linkdump. And sorry about the melodramatic headline, but if it gets me views and people who buy books, … Continue reading

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Indie Publishing Link Round-up

Here is yet another “Wah – the book is dead and western culture is dying along with it” article, this time by one Ewan Morrison. The Guardian seems to have cornered the market in doom and gloom articles about the … Continue reading

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At last: The Kiss of the Executioner’s Blade

Kindle Direct Publishing finally came through and The Kiss of the Executioner’s Blade is now also available at all three Amazons in addition to XinXii and AllRomance ebooks. France in the year of the Lord 1516: Born a nobleman but … Continue reading

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Kindle woes, more nomenclatura, the resurrection of the gothic and the usual gloom and doom

Kindle Direct Publishing has been experiencing hick-ups over the past few days, so you still have to wait for the official launch of the next Pegasus Pulp e-book. Alas, the story is already available at OmniLit/AllRomance ebooks and XinXii. In … Continue reading

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German TV almost discovers indie publishing

Visiting the web presence of Kulturzeit, a daily 40 minute TV program on culture and arts topics, I spotted the following headline: “Amazon joins ranks of book publishers.” “Huh”, I thought, “has Kulturzeit discovered indie publishing? This is gonna be … Continue reading

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Pegasus Pulp e-books now available at OmniLit/AllRomance ebooks

We have added another sales venue, for as the headline indicates, Pegasus Pulp e-books are now available at OmniLit/AllRomance ebooks. If EPUB or MOBI format don’t work for you and you need one of the more exotic e-book formats, OmniLit/AllRomance … Continue reading

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Nomenclatura, sales and non-fiction e-books

Paul Jessup really doesn’t like the term “indie publishing”. I’m not overly happy with the term “indie publishing” myself, but that seems to be the term that has become established. Nor do I really understand the strong objections to the … Continue reading

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Some Thoughts on Sales, Promotion and Strategy

The blog feed on my author page is now working. Though I’m syndicating the posts from my main blog, because that’s where most of the action is. Talking of action, my Mary Sue post from yesterday got quite a … Continue reading

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Author Pages Ready

I finally set up the Cora Buhlert author pages on, Amazon UK and Amazon Germany. The XinXii author page has been online for a while. What’s a bit annoying is that you have to set up the author pages … Continue reading

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Our first month in business

Well, not quite, since Pegasus Pulp only opened for business on July 3, 2011. Nonetheless, here are the figures for July 2011: e-books available: 5 Total number of e-books sold across all platforms: 15 Sales 11 Sales Amazon UK: … Continue reading

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