Michelle Brower>> Faster Pussycat, Write Write! In order to make a successful living off ebooks, indie authors have to be unusually productive, and quality can suffer. I agree, but I think traditionally published authors have the same problem. Big names (like Laurell K Hamilton) can be expected to publish at least one or two novels a year. It's an ugly game when art is lost in pursuit of money.
Nick's Writing Blog>> Using Dashes and Ellipses in Dialogue This is a common mistake I see people make, and I've been known to fall prey to it, too. I admit it. I'm an abuser of ellipses.
Rachelle Gardner>> What the Fiction Editor Looks For, Part 1 What? A post by an agent on an indie author's blog? Trust me, the fiction editor is a smart gal/guy. Indie authors should watch for the same things, too.
E-book Endeavors>> Novellas and Short Stories: Ebooks Not Just for Novels Other options for indie authors to explore. Her point about the .99 cent short story illustrates why full-length novels should generally cost more.
Marian Schembari>> How NOT to Self-Publish Her last point is especially useful and one I fail to remember time and time again. ;)
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