Yesterday ended my weekend at SoonerCon 26, a local science-fiction/fantasy/writer’s convention in Midwest City, Oklahoma within a short driving distance of my house. This was my second year being invited as a media guest, which means I’ve written a few books and have done some podcasting, so they allow me to come be part ofContinue reading “SoonerCon: A Media Guest’s Retrospective”
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There is a solid reason I haven’t released my short story compilation recently. In fact, I’m brushing on some finishing touches before it is released very soon. The fact is, I was ready over a week ago to release it, but after talking to a friend who had one of his brilliant ideas I realizedContinue reading “Use Everything to Promote Everything”
Let’s face it. Authors, especially independent authors, need to promote themselves. However, there are ways to promote and ways not to promote. Social media is a way to promote yourself as a writer, but it can also be a double-edged sword. Of course, Delilah S. Dawson wrote a fantastic article about the misuse of socialContinue reading “4 Reasons Why Facebook Is Not Useful for Authors”