Author: Craig Anderson

TROJAN – Chapter 1

// 1: CALLING CARD “We’ve got a problem.” Carter sat up in his bed and checked the clock. 4 a.m. This must be bad. He mumbled into the phone, “Damien, this better be urgent.” Damien’s voice was hyperactive and the words came tumbling out. Carter took a moment to let each one process, “I’ve discovered a network breach.” “Sounds bad, but why is it 4 a.m. wake up call bad?” “It’s a TLA network.” Carter sat up. Their Three Letter Acronym clients expected 24 hour support and that’s what they paid for. He needed to know how much trouble...

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I’m playing catch up with my #YearOfIndie, which was helped greatly by how much I enjoyed this latest book. I initially received an Advanced Reader Copy (ARC) but due to my delays in reviewing the book and because of how much I enjoyed it I ended up buying a copy anyway! I suppose I should probably remind you that this weeks book was Murder at the Playgroup by Liz Hedgecock: As usual I put a review up on Amazon and Goodreads. Here is what I had to say: This is my first cozy mystery and it was a great...

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Wow, if I thought the last delay was long, this one took the biscuit! I didn’t forget about my #YearOfIndie challenge even whilst I was busy creating the Lucky Beggar Trilogy paperback edition, which was super fun but also way more time consuming than i was expecting. I was very stop/start on my reading over the last couple of months and I felt so bad about it that I actually started Metropolitan Dreams over again so I wasn’t rejoining after such a long break. I am glad I did because this is a complex narrative with a lot of moving...

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Level Up

Level Up I lay in the dark counting down the minutes until my birthday, my eyes wide open, waiting for the chime and the little green box. I wonder which random stat is going to get boosted this year. Last year it was +50 horniness and -10 judgment. That one really hurt, my judgement wasn’t that great to begin with, and it’s not like I was short on horniness. It’s been a pretty rough year for everyone as I adjusted to my new stats. I really hope this year will be a boost to my charm. I could use...

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Book Promotion Experiment

As I mentioned previously it doesn’t necessarily make financial sense to extensively market your first book. However, when you have two or three books in a series the financials start to add up a little more. This leaves the million dollar question as to how to spend your marketing budget (which presumably isn’t $1 million). There are lots of ways to advertise your books, including facebook ads, AMS, YouTube ads and countless more. For this particular experiment I wanted to test out the effectiveness of the book promotion companies. These companies will send out emails, tweets and facebook posts about your...

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