Tag Archives: self-publishing

I use normal copyright, even though it could probably use reform.

Yes, I do only use a standard copyright, and not a creative commons license. I do endorse the free distribution of certain works, like Dangerous Rainbows, however that doesn’t mean I’m going to give up the power of a standard … Continue reading

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What happened to quality?

It seems like more and more things are being done without quality. See the gulf. See the iPhone4 antenna (a notable exception to an otherwise great record). See every major production corporation that’s more interested in getting out units than … Continue reading

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Amazon Kindle Pricing Change

There is a new change to give authors a leg on Amazon Kindle. A little history: The reason authors priced low was to compete in the market. It was the lowest price. There was no incentive to price higher, to … Continue reading

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Communication is a powerful thing

Whether it’s children, friends, readers, spouses, communication is a fundamental part of human interaction. In an era where self-publishing is rising, the internet is ubiquitous, and the social world is being stitched together, there is more interaction among people off … Continue reading

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Comment on the intelligence of publishers

First, this is a comment to this post on the self-pub review. Go read it first. Generally, it’s about how contracts with publishers are now written to last as long as an author is selling, a version of indentured servitude … Continue reading

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