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A True Friend

There’s a new (free) short story available from Karen Aminadra: A True Friend. If you get a chance to read it, please take the time to leave a review and perhaps pick up the larger collection of stories – Life … Continue reading

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The Dracula Syndrome

There’s a new (free) short story available from Carol Grayson: The Dracula Syndrome.  Set in a dystopian society it presents a unique solution to a growing problem… Originally published in German and recently translated to English I’m proud to say … Continue reading

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Contests and Giveaways

Contests can be a great way to generate interest and they are quite often advertised or discussed in the forums at goodreads, but they can also be difficult (or midnumbing) to navigate.  So, why not offer a space where this … Continue reading

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Indie e-books is now open for short story submissions

How do you get readers interested in your new book? Do you push for Amazon’s sales rankings? Advertise at several websites and blogs? Offer a short story or novella for free? How about using those short stories in a consistent … Continue reading

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Promoting indies – what would you like to see? Part 2

So, the main site is now sitting in ‘skeleton mode’ as I rush to reformat the website.  Yesterday the poll ‘What factor influences your choice of books most?‘ went online again, and I’m starting to pull together the user area…  … Continue reading

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Promoting indies – what would you like to see?

I’m currently burying my head in a PHP manual to get the website up and running* so now would be the best time for this… As an author or reader what would you like to see from the indieebooks.co.uk website? Stories … Continue reading

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