Self-publishing – why are there so many rules? Look, the perk to being an indie author is having total control of creativity, deadlines, and event planning. But as I read author interviews, blog posts, and other internet fodder, I have noticed that there are a few specific “rules” that writers “must” follow. No, I refuse … More Oh, These Silly, Senseless Rules!
The Dystopian Nation of City-State has two authors. City-State requires two authors with its sophisticated layer system, its corrupt government, its restricted societal class system, its nihilistic cult, and its magical floating city. And what’s trending in City-State? It’s the hashtag, #helpmejames. A little background: James and I attended high school together in Melbourne, Florida, … More Adventures in Co-Writing – Adventures in City-State
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This week on Saturday Specials, I have a special guest, Kaisy Wilkerson-Mills, who co-writes Dystopian Nation of City-State (an anthology of short stories related to the futuristic dystopian, post-American nation of City-State) with James Courtney. When I asked her to narrate their experiences of co-writing for a guest post, here is what she…
Beta reading for our new short story, “Television’s Prescription for Ratings”, is LIVE! James and I want to thank all of the beta readers for this project. We really appreciate the time taken out of your busy schedules to give City-State some love. We take beta reading very seriously, and effective feedback – positive and … More Thank you! We LOVE our Beta Readers!
It’s HERE! It’s LIVE! James and I finally announce the release of The Dystopian Nation of City-State: An Anthology in PRINT! The paperback version is available via Amazon for $9.99: http://www.amazon.com/Dystopian-Nation-City-State-Anthology-Corruption-ebook/dp/B00PYHAPT0/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1422662911&sr=8-1&keywords=The+Dystopian+Nation+of+City-State And, as always, James and I want to share our pitfalls and peaks while storming through the rough seas of self-publishing. Moreover, James would … More Self-Publishing Reflections: The PRINT Version