Posts Tagged ‘the dying of the light’

Help Make My First Book Free on Kindle

Posted: 24th July 2014 by Jason Kristopher in My Work
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There’s a problem with having my book available in so many places on the web – it reduces the control I have over some of the factors that go into selling the book. Chief among those is the price. To wit: I can’t make my book free on Kindle. At least, not without some help. […]

My 29th review is in for The Dying of the Light: Interval, and it has me pondering about reviews. The first book in the series, End, has a whopping 111 reviews, and has only been out a year and a half longer. What I’m pondering is whether the first book is just not good enough to get […]

The Benefit of a Critique Group

Posted: 18th February 2014 by Jason Kristopher in My Work, On Writing, The Craft
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I joined a critique group last month in the hopes of writing faster, even with my limited time. The name of this group is so exceedingly appropriate, I had no choice but to join: Team Armageddon. I kinda skated by with last month’s submissions, using what I’d already written for The Dying of the Light: Beginning. […]