Business Musings: The Big Five (2017 in Review)

This post is for the hybrid writers, the ones who want to be part indie and part traditional.

What will you get if you go with the Big Five? Not money. Your book might become a Netflix series. You might become a household word. And you’ll probably still need your day job.

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Audio Promo for Writing Storybundle

Here’s something fun. J. Daniel Sawyer produced audio promos for our Storybundle. He contributed a book on how to produce your own audio, so the audio promos are very appropriate. This one features me, but if you go to his website (here), you’ll hear the two he voiced as well. Enjoy!  

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Holiday Reading

Halloween’s over, and so is Daylight Savings Time. I’m already seeing ads for Black Friday specials, and those sales won’t happen for another 27 days. People love to experience the season, and they love to read about the season. Holiday books always come out early enough for folks to read while the cookies bake and the turkey defrosts. So, in the spirit of the holidays, […]

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The Business Rusch: Ain’t Nothing Perfect

Every week, I get dozens of e-mails from folks who read my blog. Most of the emails are links or comments on the topic at hand, some are requests for information, and a few are about decisions. Either the writer has trouble with their traditional publisher, needs help with subsidiary rights, wants a list of IP attorneys to go after someone for something or, increasingly, […]

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I Promised And Have Finally Delivered

I get e-mails all the time asking for several things. Many I can’t do quickly, like write the next book in your favorite series, whatever that might be. I’m trying, and will announce the next book in an ongoing series sometime next week. But I have also promised other editions of books that already exist or stories that haven’t yet seen an e-edition. For years […]

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