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Publetariat: For People Who Publish!

Publetariat Dispatch: A Line in the Sand

In today’s Publetariat Dispatch, author Peg Brantley muses on the sometimes murky waters of authorial ethics. This post originally appeared on the Crime Fiction Collective blog and is reprinted here in its entirety with that site’s permission.   If you draw a line in the sand—over which you affirm you will not cross—where do you […]

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Publetariat: For People Who Publish!

Publetariat Dispatch: Update on Categories and Keywords: Why Authors Should Still Care

In today’s Publetariat Dispatch, indie author M. Louisa Locke shares information and her experiences pertaining to the use of keywords, categories and tags on Amazon. A year ago (October 2011), I wrote a piece entitled Categories, Key words, and Tags, Oh My!: Why Should an Author Care?, which has become the most frequently viewed post […]

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Kindle Blog headcount approaches 5,000, but ... Readers? That's another story

Kindle Blog headcount approaches 5,000, but … Readers? That’s another story

The explosive growth of the Kindle Store’s Blog selection, following the launch of Amazon’s Kindle Publishing For Blogs Beta Program about ten days ago, continues apace. We’re approaching 5,000 as I post this morning, up from about 1,500 prior to the beta: Of course, nobody knows if any of the new blogs are gaining any […]

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