Tag Archives: romance

The Princess and the Baker’s Boy – or why I write unconventional gender dynamics

Last week, I blogged about Fifty Shades of Grey and gender roles in romantic fiction over at the Cora Buhlert blog. In the context of that post, I also mentioned that I only just realized that I tend to write … Continue reading

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Treasures from the Trunk: Resurrecting Dead Stories

One of the best things about going indie is that it has made writing a lot more fun again, because it means that I am not constantly worrying about whether there is a market for any given story or nascent … Continue reading

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Cora is interviewed – again, The Guardian is stupid on e-books – again – and people are discussing e-book prices and KDP Select – again

First of all, I’m interviewed by singer/songwriter and novelist Marie Symeou on her blog today. Come on over and say hello. The Guardian is being stupid on e-books – again – at least as evidenced by this article by Antonia … Continue reading

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January 2012 E-Book Sales Figures

My e-book sales figures for January 2012 matched my December results, so I’m still seeing a sliver of the post-Christmas/New Year sales bump, even if many others are not. In January 2012 I sold 17 e-books across all platforms. The … Continue reading

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