Tag Archives: Amazon

To Write, or Not Write, a Book Review

This post could also be titled, “A Book Review Discussion Without End.”  In as many days, I’ve come across three separate blogs discussing the pros and cons, the ups and downs of positive and negative book reviews.  If you want to go off and read these posts before mine, go right ahead.  I’ll wait.  Each […]
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Top Ten Things Not to Do When Writing an Amazon Review

For all you people who love to write to reviews of anything and everything 🙂 Monday humor from John Howell!

10 Tips for Selling Your Books on Amazon

Please, all my indie author friends who are selling their books on Amazon, view this YouTube how-to, courtesy of Cate Russell-Cole, courtesy of Lisa Orrell (http://www.promoteuguru.com/blog/). Lisa lists the bells & whistles that Amazon authors can use to sell their books.

A Different Kind of Book Review: The Night I Walked Off of Boot Hill by Briana Vedsted

I’m currently participating in Camp NaNoWriMo but have been negligent with working on my novel.  I also owe a number of book reviews.  So I thought, why not try to do both?  Work on my novel and a book review at the same time.  Granted, this is not the kind of book review I would […]
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Book Review: Bestiary of Blatherhorn Vale

Disclaimer: I have not read fantasy since I was a kid, and then it was The Lord of the Rings, The Hobbit, that sort of thing. As a young adult, I read The Mists of Avalon , but I don’t know if that qualifies as fantasy. My point is I know little about the genre, […]
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E-book Reader Blues

I’m not really a gadget geek.  Really, I like to keep things simple.  I like the simplicity of picking up a book and leafing through its pages.  Still, several years ago, I became smitten by e-book readers. I don’t remember how the love affair began.  It was the early 2000s and discussions about ebooks and […]
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No More Amazon

Amazon is playing with the fire … in essence, censoring books that they deemed to be “adult” by removing their rankings.  See Amazon Follies.  Amazon, remember:  You are not too big to fail. Powered by ScribeFire.