Things I have learned this week

Posted: February 6, 2012 in Blog round up
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…and those things include, but are by no means limited to, the following:

Books of the Dead Press talk about the publisher/author relationship.  Warning: if you’re a small press publisher and have even the slightest propensity for depression, don’t read this.

I like, in a misogynistic kind of way, to have my blind acceptance of the world challenged, which this post by Chesya Burke does with grace and intelligence.  Second warning: if you identify yourself as white, you enjoy the TV series “The Walking Dead”, and you’re prone to feelings of guilt, then don’t read this one either.

Women, children, old people and persons of colour, in the back.

Nerine Dorman lets another writer/editor into her world.  And that would be – me!

The Darkness and Dismay blogfest continues with AJ Brown’s interview with Nerine Dorman.

Our favourite Kiwi, John Irvine, gets personal on Suzanne Robb’s blog.

The Trollking reviews Blood and Fire. “This is a must for vampire-rocker groupies.”

Lovecraft e-zine have an enticing new subscriber deal for Kindle and Nook owners.  Hope you’re not too late already…

AJ Brown lets you know exactly what you’re in for when you purchase Suzanne Robb’s Were-wolves, Apocalypses, and Genetic Mutations, Oh My!

This one went straight to the top of my “You learn things every day” list – the behind-the-scenes story from Phoenix Sullivan on the KDP Select programme and how it really works to promote participants’ titles.


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