A blog round up – the short, the cheap and the charitable.

Posted: May 20, 2012 in Blog round up
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“…readers love it. They want more of the same, not something unique.”
I always bang on about how I like my reading material to be fresh and new and original.  Rosanne Dingli presents the opposite viewpoint in her guest blog on Indies Unlimited.  http://www.indiesunlimited.com/2012/04/29/paying-the-fiddler/

Is anyone else hyperventilating at this news?  Thanks, Pierre, for letting us know.

And thanks again, Pierre, for the glowing review of “Ghosts Can Bleed”.  Did I mention that the e-book is on sale for 99 cents this month on Amazon and Barnes & Noble?

I totally get what J.S.Chancellor is saying here.  So does my poor, long-suffering husband.

Prolific reviewer Wistfulskimmie reviews “Campfire Chillers” by Dave Jeffery.  A little-known fact – I edited this collection, so I can claim…oh, about 2% of the credit for its success.

Here I am, hosted by the obliging S.B. Knight and singing the praises of short stories.

Every now and again you come across a piece of art that speaks to you…I was reading this blog post from Weston Ochse, got halfway down the page, and then stopped at the picture of the cover of his novel “Velvet Dogma”.  Couldn’t tell you what the blog post said, but I have bookmarked website of artist Danielle Tunstall for future reference.

Horror author Edward Lorn guest posts on Big Al’s Books and Pals, positing the theory that horror is the only genre.  Of particular interest to me was how so many of the commenters took him so, so seriously.

Words of wisdom for writers to live by.  Or not.  It’s up to you.

“Horror For Good” is now available in Kindle e-book form.  Remember, all profits go to charity.


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