Write by Day, Publish by Moonlight

November 20, 2017

Review of DAY MOON by Brett Armstrong

by Kate Ashley       Reviewer Rating: 3 Stars      

Despite its slow pace and a cast of characters you might not feel emotionally connected to, this is a novel worth checking out for its amazing world-building and its exploration on what makes up truth in the digital age—unsettlingly, something the world is experiencing right this moment.

How to Get a Publisher (Possibly)

by Steve Wetherell            

This is not me launching away from the starter platform of indie publishing to join the stellar ranks of the Traditionally Published. That imagery is kind of reductive and more than a little outdated when you consider the labyrinthine reality of the writer’s career path in the internet age. But I am going to be published. I will be represented by a publisher.

Author Spotlight: Connie Lacy

Please welcome Connie Lacy to our Author Spotlight! Author of The Time Telephone, Connie is fascinated with time travel, the paranormal, and global warming. Today she talks about the benefits of KDP and the indie author community.


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