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Publishing

8 Thoughts on Crowd-Funding

Posted on Oct 15, 2012 in Blog, Publishing, Writing | 0 comments

As you likely noticed, if you pay attention to me on the web at all, I’m currently running a Kickstarter for my second book, Hungry Ghost. I’m raising funds to pay my cover designer and my editor, both of whom worked for free on my first book, Lunatic Fringe.  I’m closing in on 1/2 funding as of this writing and I’m over the moon at the response from eager readers all over the country. It took a lot of hand-wringing for me to do this, however. I was raised as a self-sufficient...

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24 Weeks of Self-Publishing #2 – WORKSHOPS [VIDEO]

Posted on Oct 8, 2012 in 90 Days of Self Publishing, Blog, Publishing, Writing | 0 comments

Allison talks about workshops as a way to earn money from your writing and build a fanbase.

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24 Weeks of Self Publishing- Week 1- MONEY

Posted on Oct 1, 2012 in 90 Days of Self Publishing, Blog, Publishing, Writing | 0 comments

It’s back! This time, I’m talking about marketing, building a platform, and other aspects important to developing a career as a working author. In Week 1, I explore MONEY!  

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Hungry Ghost Now Available for Pre-Order!

Posted on Sep 28, 2012 in Blog, News, Publishing, Writing | 0 comments

I sent a draft of Hungry Ghost (the Lunatic Fringe sequel) off to my Beta Readers last night and feel soooooo good. Today, to support the artists I’m hiring to design my cover and edit the book, I launched a Kickstarter campaign.  By backing my Kickstarter you can pre-order a copy of Hungry Ghost to be delivered to you in Spring of 2013.  You can also get more cool merch, VIP tickets to the release party and even private coaching sessions from me.  Plus, you’ll have the honor of...

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17 Things I Did Right: My First Year as a Self-Published Author

Posted on Aug 17, 2012 in Blog, Publishing, Writing | 0 comments

The one year anniversary of Lunatic Fringe’s release is coming up in September, so I’m taking some time to reflect on the past year and the things I’ve learned. It’s pretty easy to reflect on all my trials and failings, so instead, I’m going to kick off this month with a celebration of the things I did right. 17 things I did right:   1) Made some fucking awesome swag. T-shirts aren’t a big money maker, but they give folks a way to interact with me and the themes of my book in...

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Don’t Take Me Seriously

Posted on Aug 15, 2012 in Blog, Feminism, Gender, Publishing, Writing | 0 comments

(Disclaimer: I’m wearing my angry writer pants. I employ many italics. You’ve been warned.) No one can take me seriously.  Or rather, no one will take me seriously. This lovely invective has been slung at me a handful times since Lunatic Fringe debuted last September, and it’s gotten to the point where I need to sling back. No one will take me seriously. . . It is, of course, always attached to a clause. No one will take me seriously if. . . I self-publish. No one will take me seriously...

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