Years ago, when I first contemplated self-publishing my novel, I remember noting that one of the downsides would be that I’d never see my book in Barnes & Noble. To see your book in Barnes & Noble has been the holy grail of publishing for many first-time authors since the invention of the written … Continue reading Who Says A Self-Published Book Can’t Get Into Barnes & Noble?
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by Mally Becker After 81 rejections, self-published author Eva Lesko Natiello had had enough. It didn’t matter that self-publishing was unfamiliar territory. That was no excuse not to learn. And learn she did. Since she took on the “indie author” mantle, her suspense thriller, THE MEMORY BOX, has sold…
Thanks to my loyal readers, The Memory Box has slipped past The Girl On The Train to claim the #1 Best Selling psychological thriller spot on Amazon!! Woot! Woot! To celebrate this exciting news, The Memory Box Kindle is on sale now for $.99! Spread the news and get your copy of The Memory Box … Continue reading The Memory Box Chugs Past The Girl On The Train for the #1 Spot
photo by Dennis Skley As an author, I love talking to readers. Whether that’s at book club discussions, or through my website or Goodreads, I get a lot of wonderful feedback and tons of great questions. Many questions are inevitable, like: “How did you come up with this idea?” That’s not surprising. As a reader … Continue reading Surprising Questions An Author Gets Asked