Self Published Fantasy Releases – July 2019

It’s almost July already! Where has the year gone? In the past 6 months I’ve been doing these lists, I’ve let you all know about over 100 new self published releases coming your way. So here’s to another 6 months and even more books! As always, this is not a comprehensive list, but only includes … Read moreSelf Published Fantasy Releases – July 2019

Self Published Fantasy Releases – April 2019

April is almost upon us already and there’s a bunch of traditionally published books coming out that are bound to be top reads… But what about self published books? Well, I’m continuing my blog series of listing up coming self published fantasy releases. As always, this is not a comprehensive list, but only includes all … Read moreSelf Published Fantasy Releases – April 2019

The Pressures of Releasing a Book

You’ve written a book. That’s the hard part out of the way, right? All those words mashed up onto a page in some sort of coherent jumble that tells a compelling narrative. Weeks, months, years even of hard work vomited onto into word document and edited and edited and edited until you are so sick … Read moreThe Pressures of Releasing a Book

Self Published Fantasy Releases December 2018 – January 2019

I often see lists of upcoming releases for traditionally published books. But what I never see are lists of upcoming self published releases. So I figured I’d change that. The plan is to do one of these a month, but due to Christmas being a thing, I’m starting with a two monther. This will in … Read moreSelf Published Fantasy Releases December 2018 – January 2019

5 Things I’ve learned in 5 Years of Self Publishing

I’ve been at this self publishing game for a while now. 5 years counts as a while for an industry that’s still relatively young. In that time I’ve sold over 60,000 books so I have at least some small measure of success. It’s not amazing, I know, but there was a dark period where I … Read more5 Things I’ve learned in 5 Years of Self Publishing

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