The number of publishing options available to authors has exploded in the last decade. About three years ago, a company called Smashwords helped establish the ebook phenomenon we see today. I blog about them today on Another Writers Life - http://ascamacho.blogspot.com
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This weekend I'll be sharing my writing life with peers and fans at Love is Murder, an annual convention for writers and readers just outside Chicago. This is one of my favorites because the atmosphere makes it easy for fans and authors to mingle. Plus, new writers get to mingle with, learn from, and work alongside more experienced authors. Aside from being great fun, Love is Murder provides an educational forum to writers and readers to further their…Continue
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I met Lynn Naugle at the BWI airport. I was doing a book signing, and she was winding up a visit to the Baltimore area. I signed a copy of Russian Roulette for her and she dug into it on her way home to Florida. She liked it enough to send me a very nice email, and to continue reading my Hannibal Jones series. I've posted Lynn Naugle's exact words on my web site as this week's featured review - http://www.ascamacho.com
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If you’ve been wondering why the people of Tunisia and Egypt have risen up against their dictators and why it caught Washington with pants down, it’s because you didn’t read THE FOURTH ASSASSIN, the latest of my Palestinian crime novels.
In THE FOURTH ASSASSIN, which was published exactly a year…
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It’s a deep-freeze with a record amount of snow in the Ol ‘Peg. February has started with a cold snap and general crankiness with shoveling on my part. This can be the tough month, but it tends to be one of my busiest for some reason. For those you putting together various proposals for March 1st deadline for funding, you know what I mean. I have a project I would like to put forward, but I’m waiting to hear about a gig, and that answer will come down tomorrow (Wednesday). If it goes ahead,…Continue
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Well here we are. My first entry using a new tool. I have used Blogger in the past, but found the templates and look of the thing to be unappealing. I tried a paid hosting site called Squarespace, but found it expensive for what I was getting for my buck. Squarespace’s Gallery was buggy and the final straw was the jumpy, inconsistent nature of its blog entry function. If something as simple as writing text and posting an entry becomes a chore, you can bet your bottom dollar (especially in…Continue
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For every reputable self publishing company, there are dozens of scam artists lurking, ready to fleece unsuspecting authors for inferior products and services.
Read my Spotlight article in the Las Vegas edition of Examiner.com today, and if you are contemplating self publishing ask the questions, do the research and take your…Continue
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You be the judge and jury of my bestselling legal thriller, STATE'S EVIDENCE, now in Kindle and Nook.
A must for fans of Grisham, Rosenberg, Fairstein, Scottoline, Bell, and other great legal novelists.
Assistant District Attorney Beverly Mendoza appears to have an open and shut case when she prosecutes Rafael Santiago for…
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Now on sale in Kindle and Nook, my new tropical police procedural and medical mystery eBook, MURDER IN MAUI: A Leila Kahana Mystery.
Maui County homicide detective and composite sketch artist Leila Kahana is the protagonist. A Hawaiian native, Leila follows in the footsteps of her grandfather who was the County of Maui police chief.…
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