Monthly Archives: March 2012

Another interview

I’m still in Yorkshire (for more, see my main blog), but in the meantime you can read an interview I gave Andy Rane at The Same Six Questions. Come on over and say hello. Send to Kindle

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Interview with Writer and Cover Designer Scarlett Rugers a.k.a. Scarlett Archer

Today, I welcome writer and cover designer Scarlett Rugers writing as Scarlett Archer to my blog. Scarlett has been kind enough to answer a few questions for me. 1. First of all, why don’t you tell us a little about … Continue reading

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More interviews, more on corporate erotica censorship, the resurgence of short fiction and other cool links

First of all, I am interviewed by John Warner at the Indie Book Spot today, where I talk about writing, goals, the ebook market, KDP Select, etc… Come on over and say hello. Jim Kukral of the Author Marketing Club … Continue reading

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More on PayPal versus Erotica

The debate over PayPal pressuring smaller retailers to stop carrying certain kinds of erotica continues. Here is a good post on the issue from erotica writer Jolene Kendry at Indie Book Writing that I missed in my last link round-up … Continue reading

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A Sales Milestone

Pegasus Pulp just passed the 100 sales threshold. This includes all books and all platforms. For anyone who cares about a bit of statistics neepery, the platform breakdown is as follow: Send to Kindle

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The Corporate Censorship of Erotica

In recent weeks, there has been an attack on certain types of indie erotica. It started with Bookstrand, a site I investigated but never used, banning first some of the more fringe types of erotica and finally indie authors altogether. … Continue reading

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February 2012 E-Book Sales Figures and Some Links

After a pretty good December and January, my February e-book sales were back to miserable, though a last minute sale saved February from being my worst month ever. So now February is tied with August 2011 for the title of … Continue reading

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A Leap Day Link and an Interview

Today I’m interviewed by fantasy and YA writer Emily Ann Ward on her blog. Come on over and say hello. The links to all interviews I have done are also archived on the interview page. Meanwhile, Indie Reader discusses the … Continue reading

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