Category: Kindle


Angry Staff Officer: Why Do We Write?

Why do we write? That’s a thorny question for many authors. We’d rather give a terse reply and chug some bourbon rather than give an honest answer. Because posing that query forces us to look inwar… Read more: Why Do We Write?

Exploring Life & Love Stories – An Interview with Falguni Kothari

Bobbi Dumas interviews Falguni Kothari, author of ‘My Last Love Story’. If you caught last week’s post, you’ll know that I’m interviewing authors who are at different stages of their careers. I started January with an interview of Rachel Gibson, a long-established, highly popular romance novelist who’s revisiting her first and most well-known series, The …

Continue reading

By Diana Urban: 45 Inspirational Marketing Tips from Authors [Free Flipbook!]

Marketing a new book can be a stressful endeavor. After all the hard work you’ve done to prepare for publication, you also need to take on promotional activities to reach your target audience and make the book rise in the rankings — whether you’re an indie or traditionally published author, a marketer at a publishing …

Continue reading

Savvy Writers & e-Books online: Posts about thumbnail test on

Posts about thumbnail test written by ebooksinternational A stunning book cover is one of the best marketing tools for any writer! It is absolutely crucial, especially if you are self-publishing, to have an excellent book cover that grabs attention – from a 1-inch-size image. Your cover image and title are your attention tools. If they …

Continue reading

Amber Lea Easton: Free Fall, a memoir

In an instant my husband stripped away my identity as wife, stay-at-home mom, and best friend. With his suicide, our world changed forever. He’d been the center of our universe, but then he was gone. Grief is a dark journey, one often tainted with judgment and false perceptions. Add the word ‘suicide’ to the mix …

Continue reading

50 Delightful Winter Romances

It’s the most wonderful time of the year…but with bare trees and freezing temperatures, it can also be pretty bleak. That’s why we’ve got fifty winter romances on tap; so you can spend the long nights with couples falling in love instead of shivering under the covers. Read More – 50 Delightful Winter Romances

The Sunday Bulletin is Here: P. Creeden on Switching Gears in College

When I was entered college at 17 years old, I had one goal in mind. I was going to be a veterinarian, just like Melody in Love’s New Hope. But unlike Melody, it wasn’t tragedy that made me switch gears in college, it was growing up. When I was young, I had two loves: Storytelling, …

Continue reading

Stan C. Smith: Awesome Animal – Orb-Weaving Spider

Greetings from Missouri! I hope you’ve had a wonderful start to your new year. I’ve been thinking lately about the significance of a new year. I’ve never been big on new year’s resolutions, but I do like the idea of taking time to reflect on things we could do to improve the quality of life. …

Continue reading

Tracey Cooper-Posey: Are Your Amazon Reviews Being Deleted? Here’s Some Reasons Why (and what to do about it).

Have you noticed that some or most of your reviews are being deleted by Amazon, lately? Yeah, it’s a big club. Some history. First, a bit of history about Amazon reviews, so you can understand why Amazon are doing what they’re doing. Amazon have always had a “review policy” that determined what was an appropriate …

Continue reading

ALBTALBS Celebrates Our 7th Blogiversary with a $7 Ad Spot Sale

Hi friends! So, as you see, ALBTALBS turned 7! No real giveaways or other celebratory things planned for now. … If you’re a regular reader, you’ll know my “try too hard” … died? (A while ago…) Also I’ve had … you know… *gestures expansively* a lot going on. And because this is a question I …

Continue reading