Interview with A.J. Chaudhury

Today’s guest interview is with young author, A.J. Chaudhury from Assam in India. A.J. is an independent author of alternative world high fantasy, steampunk and historical with some low fantasy stirred in. He is studying at college between his writing sessions, and currently lives with his mother and sister. His first historical low fantasy short A Song of Blood releases

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Introducing Samson & Oleana!

What happens when you team up a human female mercenary, and a minotaur?   I’m finding out, and you’re invited to join me!   This week I let Readers’ Club know about Samson and Oleana. It’s a high-fantasy story that members of Readers’ Club will be able to read along on a bi-weekly basis. Whilst my other stories often have

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Different Ways Authors Can Cross Promote

Yep, it’s another article for authors and pre-published authors! Readers of my series, don’t worry – this is all being tidied up soon as these articles start moving over to wrpgs.net in the next few weeks 🙂   Before we dip into the article, it’s time to point out a change that happened this week around Drae Box Books –

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Changes Around Drae Box Books

Hey guys! There’s a few changes happening around the site I wanted to alert you to before it can confuse anyone 🙂   My Email Lists This week I moved my email lists to Aweber, and merged the three I had on Mailchimp to two lists (two of them served authors and my Draebox.com clients, so those were the ones

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Should Pre-Published Authors have Websites?

Today on Twitter, I spotted this tweet: An author website. Is there a point before you are published? Is there a good site? #author #writerslife #amwriting — Misty Arterburn (@misty_arterburn) February 27, 2016   My answer is yes and comes from my free course, How Not to Make Your Author Site Suck. (Returns in April.)   Why Start or Improve

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Bladelore by Krista Walsh – Cover Reveal

Last year I read Evensong by Krista Walsh. I enjoyed it so much that I reached out to her and let her know that I loved it. I also wrote a book review and let her know about that too!   Known for witty, vivid characters, Krista never has more fun than getting them into trouble and taking her time getting them

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