Tag Archives: series

Review: The Watchers of Ur: Cradle

I don’t remember exactly how I stumbled across LaMonte M. Fowler, but I know it was through social media.  This is another example of an author reaching out and making a connection with readers.  In this case, it resulted in … Continue reading

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Marketing the Book or Marketing the Series: Part 3

This is the third part of a four-part series on how to market a book which is part of a series. When to Market the Series If you remember, way back in the first post on this topic, I made … Continue reading

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Marketing the Book or Marketing the Series: Part 1

Okay, so I tried to address this issue in a single post…and I got a series out of it, which seems fitting.  This is the first part of the series to be delivered in four parts.  Sadly, this means no … Continue reading

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Trailer Time: The Altethlon Chronicles

For this Trailer Time, I’m going to take a look at a book trailer that might not be.  See, the title of the trailer is not the title of the book, it’s the title of the series; yet, the trailer … Continue reading

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Genre Basics Series: Length

My last post dealt with the writer’s career, which might seem like an odd choice for a Genre Basics series.  But an understanding of the differences between genres and how a writer’s career can be informed by those differences can … Continue reading

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Series-ous Thinking

Write what you love. But what if you can’t sell what you love—yet?  I love series’.  Most of what I read simply for pleasure falls under the category of “series.”  Same characters (plus or minus a few) working on the … Continue reading

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