Monthly Archives: January 2014

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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Indie Speculative Fiction of the Month: January 2014

Welcome to “Indie Speculative Fiction of the Month”, a new feature on this blog. So what is “Indie Speculative Fiction of the Month”? It’s a round-up of speculative fiction by indie authors newly published this month, though for the debut … Continue reading

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Why and how to write novellas

In the past, I blogged about how the rise of e-publishing has also given the longer forms of short fiction, namely the novelette and the novella, a new lease on life after traditional print publishing had largely eliminated them. But … Continue reading

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Interview with Science Fiction Writer Edward M. Grant

Today I welcome science fiction author Edward M. Grant to my blog. Edward has been kind enough to answer a few questions for me. 1. Tell us a bit about yourself. I grew up in Britain and studied Physics at … Continue reading

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Fun promotional images

No, Pegasus Pulp hasn’t spent big advertising dollars on billboards in Times Square and central London. Those images were all generated via a neat site called PhotoFunia. Still, they look pretty damn cool, wouldn’t you say? Send to Kindle

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Interview with Cora about SF, politics, writing and Adorno

I’ve been interviewed again, this time by SF writer Edward Lake, author of the Mamluks Saga. We talk about science fiction, the Shattered Empire saga and the connection between Theodor W. Adorno and Lois McMaster Bujold. What, you mean other … Continue reading

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Trad Pub Fail

Now I’m not one of those indie authors who are always slamming traditional publishers. After all, I bought and continue to buy many of the books they publish. However, sometimes it’s just not possible to suppress the snark. I’m currently … Continue reading

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First short story release of the new year: Demolition

First of all, we here at Pegasus Pulp wish all of our readers a happy new year. As you can see, we haven’t been idle during the quiet period between the years and so I used the opportunity to write … Continue reading

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