Category Archives: Links

Research Fallout: Vintage New York City

Regular readers of Pegasus Pulp e-books may have noticed that two of our series, the Adventures of the Silencer and New York City’s Finest (yes, it will be a series eventually), are both set in New York City, albeit eighty … Continue reading

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Of Penny Dreadfuls and Moral Panics

The Guardian has an article about the so-called penny dreadfuls, cheap serialized novels of the Victorian era, inspired by the success of the eponymous TV series (which I haven’t yet seen, hence no comment). I usually don’t remember where and … Continue reading

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New Pulp and Old Paperbacks

As the name I’ve chosen for my publishing company attests, I’m a big fan of pulp fiction in all its lurid forms. As a result, I’m always on the lookout for interesting articles, posts and blogs devoted to the tacky … Continue reading

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Indies take all top ten spots at Amazon Germany

The German blog Self-Publisher-Bibel (title says it all, really) reports that on January 29, 2014 all top ten spots in the German Kindle store were taken by indie books and has a screenshot to prove it. The first trad pub … Continue reading

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More on the erotica debacle

Over at my personal blog, I have a big collection of the latest links regarding the W.H. Smith/Kobo erotica purge, so hop on over. Send to Kindle

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The Eight Hour E-Book Challenge Revisited

A few days ago, I blogged about my experiences in taking Joe Konrath’s eight hour e-book challenge and the resulting book, Old Mommark’s Tale. Turns out that I was not the only writer to accept Joe’s challenge. In fact, more … Continue reading

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The Resurgence of the Novella

At Forbes, which has been developing into an unlikely source of articles about e-publishing of late, Suw Charman-Anderson has a series of articles about the resurgence of the novella form thanks to the rise of e-publishing. There is one article … Continue reading

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Ideological book formatting and the NDR discovers e-books

First of all, I was interviewed today by erotic romance writer Clarissa Wild, so come on over and say hello. Here is a cautionary tale about hiring external help to bring your e-book to market. The religion-critical site Pantheos reports … Continue reading

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An interview and other writerly links of interest

First of all, I have been interviewed by Brianna Lee McKenzie at The Cozy Corner Reading Room, so come on over and say hello. WNR Media interviews Nathalie Hamidi about her website Find, Read, Love which helps readers to find … Continue reading

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Mixed E-Book Links of Interest

For starters, the indie versus trad publishing or maybe both debate is still going on (and will probably be for a while yet). SF writer Tobias Buckell cautions writers eager to jump into indie publishing that the big successes like … Continue reading

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