A couple of weeks ago I put up a post about the way people in the indie writer community go out of their way to help each other out – The Free Economics of the Indie Author World. In the last week, I’ve had the opportunity to see first hand the amount of time and
This is one busy week at Dag-Lit Central. I’m pleased to announce my third guest for the week, the Queen of Squee herself, the amazing Shay Fabbro. Today Shay is going to talk about the things authors should or shouldn’t put in their novels. And she’s giving you a chance to win a copy of
This is a big week for visitors to Dag-Lit Central. I’m proud to introduce my second guest for the week, the amazing Tahlia Newland. She writes young adult/adult urban fantasy with a touch or more of romance in it and a focus on challenging readers’ perception of reality. I have an ebook copy of her
Today is a special even here at Dag-Lit Central. I’m proud to be hosting my first visitor, Mr R.B. Wood. He’s dropping in here as part of his Magical Mystery Blog tour to talk about what he believes makes a story stand out from the crowd. So without any further ado, over to Mr Wood.
Today I’m going to say a few things on a subject which I really know next to nothing about. But then again, not knowing about things has never stopped me talking about them. So the subject of today’s post is economics. I know, most people wouldn’t find economics to be the most interesting subject, but