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Are Audiobooks In Your Future?

by Molly Greene, @mollygreene I’d often considered recording my Gen Delacourt Mystery Series, but the project never progressed beyond a place on my list of goals. Then, in November, 2015, I received an unexpected email from a producer who wrote, Hi Molly, I am an ACX- approved audiobook producer and want to see if you […]

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I’ve Got A New Attitude

by Molly Greene, @mollygreene I’ve worked my rear off for years writing novels, blogging, and learning everything  possible about self-publishing. And as I noted in a recent post, the all-work-no-play finally brought on burnout. Big time. I needed to go walk on a deserted beach somewhere. Sadly, I haven’t taken a “real” vacation since 2011, […]

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Let’s Parse The 2016 Publishing Predictions

It’s insane to think we’re already well into a new year. And, of course, that means publishing industry experts have presented their take on what we’ll be up against. So during the past weeks I’ve read a ton of articles discussing what the pros believe authors will experience over the next few months, and I’ve […]

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BookFunnel: Low-Cost Ebook Giveaway Hosting

by Molly Greene October, 2015 closed on a sad note when former go-to ebook promo site The Midlist sold out to trad publisher HarperCollins and closed its doors to self-pubbers. Mind you, owners of The Midlist can do whatever they want. They took the risk, they put up the money, they developed their lists – […]

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5 Lessons Learned Between Books 6 & 7

by Molly Greene Midnight at Half Moon Bay is out, Book 7 in my Gen Delacourt Mystery Series, and it’s become a tradition to share what I’ve learned, good and bad, since I published the last title. Lock the Cellar Door went live May 31, leaving a long stretch to cover. Here goes. The good […]

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How A Pantser Outlines: My Method

by Molly Greene, @mollygreene ​I’m a panster at heart. But there’s no denying that outlining does help an author write faster, so I do a bit of it before each book. Outlining helps. I have to backtrack less, revise less, and it gives me an opportunity to think up cool scenes I might have otherwise […]

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How To Get Your Books Into Global Markets

by Jen Minkman @JenMinkman For indies, getting your book into the hands of foreign readers is no mean feat. Of course English is a global language and is therefore one of the best ways to reach international readers, but there’s still a considerable threshold. For one, people often prefer to read books in their native […]

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