"I do all my writing on my breaks from my day job, so I only get about an hour a day in. I aim for 1000 words per day (Mon-Fri), but 700 is more usual. My main problem is a serious backlog of ideas. As of this minute, I've got over thirty books…"
This all sounds very familiar, though thankfully, not from personal experience. I've avoided Amazon because of their exclusivity clauses. Smashwords are far more supportive. What I'm hoping is to build a strong following through…"
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You'll need a smashwords account, but it's free. When you've signed up, search 'City of Pigs', click the 'Buy Now' button, then enter the coupon code: XK89H. The coupon is valid until the 22nd of…"
It sounds like you and I are ploughing the same field. I've recently published a dystopian future/noir called 'City of Pigs'. I publish through Smashwords because I don't like Amazon's exclusivity clauses, but…"
"I'm nearly done with the first installment of a new series. The working title is 'The Nowhere People'. I've plotted out 15 chapters; just about to start chapter 12. With luck and a prevailing wind, I'd hoped to be done with…"
sorry for the delay. too much non-writing crap (work) intruding on my real work. let me know if you want free copies of my ebooks. I can email 'em, or give you some coupon codes for smashwords.
take it easy.
"I hope to complete a final draft of 'Skidmarks on the Fabric of Destiny' and first drafts of both 'Blood Among the Bluebells' and 'The Nowhere People'. If I'm lucky, they'll all be out by Christmas. Fingers…"
"I've posted a few things on Wattpad. And another few on Booksie. If you're hot to get an additional two or three people to read something and not comment on it, these sites might be what you're looking for. It's not made a lick…"
Robert Hart has worked a series of crappy jobs, both in the US and in the UK. In the last fifteen years, he's written five screenplays, four novels, a play and over twenty short stories. He currently lives in England with his wife and daughter.