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Elderdown: Book Four of The Hidden Houses. A sales pitch, and a personal comment.

This is the fourth and final book in my “Hidden Houses” modern fantasy series, and my sixteenth published book overall. And now, it’s done. Here’s the Kindle edition on Amazon, and here’s the paperback edition, direct from the printer. The … Continue reading

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Is this what success looks like for an indie writer?

Suppose I took a narrow, economic view of what success looks like for a writer who, like me, doesn’t write full-time, but has a day-job (which, let it be stated for the record, I do enjoy). The advantage of an … Continue reading

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The Future of The Fellwater Tales

If I had to choose between reading a long, complex, and intricately detailed story, and reading a complete story, I would prefer to read the complete story. Some stories (in novels, television, film, etc.) are pushed to continue as long … Continue reading

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Two facts about ebooks that every writer should know

Prompted by messages from readers of my books, and various agencies and professionals offering to sell me various services, I feel the need (yet again!) to dispel some illusions about the nature of self-publishing. It seems to me that the … Continue reading

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Bren’s Adventures in Self Publishing

In January of last year, I decided that my “theme” for 2012 would be “the year that I re-invent myself.” And I decided to use self-publishing to do it. Back in the last months of 2011, I re-opened a novel … Continue reading

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