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IndieView: Steven Lake, author of, “The Oort Perimeter”


Steven Lake, featured in today’s IndieView, is a prolific author. More importantly he’s a good writer, and he loves writing. There’s nothing more pleasurable, from a reader’s point of view, than finding a new author, whose writing you love, and … Continue reading

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IndieView: Steven Lake, author of, "The Oort Perimeter"


Steven Lake, featured in today’s IndieView, is a prolific author. More importantly he’s a good writer, and he loves writing. There’s nothing more pleasurable, from a reader’s point of view, than finding a new author, whose writing you love, and … Continue reading

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Amazon Kindle commercial fail


The last time an Agency hoping to win RIM’s business tried this, they ended up getting juiced. I am not a rabid Apple fan, but this kind of advertising turns me off through its inherent negativity. Why not shoot for the … Continue reading

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Rambo joins the Fray


Rambo is going the ebook Indie route. This post from the Guardian is news now, but it will not be news six months from now. There are only so many times that you can announce, “Big Name Author decides to … Continue reading

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A Non-Fiction Book Proposal: Pet Rocks and their effect on the modern American Psyche


Disclaimer: This is a work of fiction about a non-fiction book proposal. So is it fiction or non-fiction? Hmmm. If you think this outline is “just perfect” for niche market Self-Publishing, then add a comment below and save us the … Continue reading

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Trees breathe a huge sigh of relief


It’s estimated that somewhere around 30,000,0000 trees go into producing books every year. That’s a lot, and not all of them, by any means are “farm trees”, produced for the purpose. Recently I ran a survey on Mobilereaders, which asked: … Continue reading

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Keeping it Real


Very High Speed Transportation (VHST) was proposed through the RAND Corporation in the early seventies and a white paper produced. That white paper was what I based Vactubes on. You can download the paper here. Not long after I had read … Continue reading

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