Interview with Author Jonathan Clark

Today’s blog post is a question and answer session with author Jonathan Clark, a writer from the UK who describes himself as, “a tutor and writer.” and “a Beatles and Shakespeare obsessive”. Clark says, “I believe in the potential of children to become whatever they want and the power of a good educator to help [...]

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How Can Amazon Stop (or Greatly Reduce) Paid Book Reviews?

While a few people, primarily Joe Konrath, think authors buying fake book reviews on Amazon is not a big deal, most of us would rather it stop.
I was going to outline the evils of paid Amazon reviews, how they reward people who lie, but let’s cut to the chase:
How [...]

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Free Kindle Books Rock

Amazon has found a winning formula for new undiscovered authors. I’m running down what’s quickly becoming a well-worn path, publishing two of my stories (shown above) directly on Kindle. Yes, I still had the expense of hiring a cover illustrator/designer and an editor/copyeditor (you don’t want to read something where I put the [...]

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Self-Publishing on Kindle

So I’m reading The Indie Journey: Secrets to Writing Success a bit each day for encouragement and guidance. I’ve realized that I’ve got at least 5 titles, some children’s fiction, some adult non-fiction that are GOOD stories (whether fiction or non-fiction) and why not
1) get them in the hands of readers and
2) get [...]

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