The Alexandria Project
Top Posts & Pages
- Do You Suffer from Post Printum Depression?
- Is Paying for Book Promotion Worth it?
- The Book Promoter Wears No Clothes
- Huzzah! The Lafayette Campaign is Available at Amazon
- ODF vs. OOXML: War of the Words
- Creating Effective Character Descriptions
- A Defense of Curation
- Why GoodReads is even Better for Authors than Readers
- TAP Sample Chapters
- To Advertise or Not to Advertise?
Category Archives: SelfPublishing
So there you are, at long last. The writing, the revision (and revision, and revision and revision…) are over; the proofreading, too, and the cover design. The files are uploaded, and in due course your book has winked live at … Continue reading
Well, it really is a great feeling to push that final “submit” button after you’ve uploaded the cover, the file, and all of the metadata and other information that Amazon asks for. And behold – only an hour later, my … Continue reading
When I released my first book, I had never heard of a marketing op called a “cover reveal.” Well, that was then (four years ago), and this, of course, is now. And so, with apologies to Marcus Case for one … Continue reading
As promised, here’s an earlier than planned look at the first few chapters of my second Frank Adversego cybersecurity thriller, called The Lafayette Campaign, a Tale of Deception and Elections. It’s a timely ride piggybacking on a U.S. Presidential election, … Continue reading
With thanks to those kind enough to comment on my first take at a book blurb, here’s Take Two. As before, comments are very welcome.
It’s a safe bet that writing the blurb for a new book wouldn’t make any author’s top ten list of joyously anticipated tasks. And yet there it is, as necessary as it is tedious, and not to be neglected before … Continue reading