A thriller: One Night in the Hill Country
Review excerpt: “my second book by this author and so far my favourite…”
“the intent of this blog is to incrementally build a body of thought that works toward integrating various topics, yoga, fitness, and the arts – it’s a process…”
Amazon’s New Pay-for-Pages-Read for Writers:
Size Doesn’t Matter
June 16, 2015
Under Amazon’s July-planned new payout plan for authors, the size of the book simply doesn’t matter.
The readers’ pleasure or desire to continue reading does.
Gone will be false enticements of bestsellers bought but not opened or finished.
Gone will be the value of piles of non-constructive reviews.
This is the best time ever for a writer to write.
True to the story unfolding.
True to the author’s intent and vision.
True to the characters and story line and language.
Open to the possibility of works of fiction of any length being viable.
Without excess cutting.
Without worry about the size.
Whether this new payout experiment works or not, it’s a groundbreaking opportunity to find out which of my works truly appeal and are being read to the end.
I hope you’ll consider any of the titles below that readers have indicated they enjoyed all the way to the end. 🙂
One Night in the Hill Country – thriller novella
Eiffel Tower Pose on Family Yoga Day – family fiction, short story (in Paris)
Slumming in Paris Part One Arthur & Gricinda – romance novella, set in Paris
Texas Shorts Vol 1 – short story fiction with teen and tween family set in Texas
Paris Shorts Vol 1 – short story extended family fiction set in Paris
Articles with more info, including developing comment threads:
namaste´- con dios – god be with you
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