Guest Post: Building a Relationship with Readers

Nothing is more important to authors than our readers. Without them, we’re just kooks who sit around all day fantasizing about worlds and people that don’t exist. But how do we keep the readers we have? And how do we make sure they’re always looking forward to our next book? (Apart from writing some pretty damn kick-ass books to beginContinue reading “Guest Post: Building a Relationship with Readers”

Guest Post + ARC of “Dragon’s Honor” by Michaela Kendrick

Science Fiction Romance is a subgenre on the rise, with many talented indies gaining ground with awesome stories and characters. I’ve always been interested in the evolution of SFR, and I’m super happy to hear indie success stories or keep tabs on how some authors are tackling this delicate merger of space battles and heart throbs. So when a fellowContinue reading “Guest Post + ARC of “Dragon’s Honor” by Michaela Kendrick”

From Fiction To Reality

I’m not up to writing particularly useful posts at the moment, due to industrious editing efforts (yay!) and otherwise being caught up in baby-ing and day-job-ing. But I’ve got a cool infographic for you, that highlights some of the best (and most common) inventions from the past decades which science owes to SF. That’s right, BOW TO US, labcoatedContinue reading “From Fiction To Reality”

Guest Post: 4 Tips on Using Theme in Science-Fiction

For the occasional guest-post that blinks up on my blog like a distant supernova, today I’ll introduce you to our fellow writer Michael Cairns. As part of his book-launch blog tour, Michael is cruising the interwebs talking about all things writing, sci-fi/fantasy and the indie experience. His is simple and sound advice that doesn’t limit itselfContinue reading “Guest Post: 4 Tips on Using Theme in Science-Fiction”

Guest Post: Author RENÉE MILLER on marketing for indies

Here be a guest post by my dear friend and now freshly baked indie author of asskicking, villainlicious thrillers — Renée Miller. She’s known for her bluntness, her intimidating work ethic and her knack for psychopaths. Give her a warm welcome!   Renée Miller is a freelance writer living in Tweed, Ontario. Small town lifeContinue reading “Guest Post: Author RENÉE MILLER on marketing for indies”