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Publishers Weekly Reviews Psycho-Tropics

Publishers Weekly reviewed Psycho-Tropics in its October 26, 2015 issue.  Here's a link to the review.  The notice came with a letter saying "[o]f the hundreds of self-published titles received each month, only a handful of the very best are selected for review." ...

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Writer’s Digest Award for Psycho-Tropics!

Excited to hear the news that Psycho-Tropics received an Honorable Mention Award from Writer's Digest as part of the legendary magazine's 23rd annual Self-Published Book Awards. Psycho-Tropics was recognized in the Genre Fiction category.  This year's awards haven't...

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Analysis of a Kindle Sales Promotion

Andrew Diamond, author of an outrageously funny new private eye caper called Warren Lane, detailed his recent experiment using various Kindle sales promotions outlets and techniques to promote the book in a new blog post, Summary of an E-Book Promotion. This post is...

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Time to Abolish Semicolons?

By Dorian Box It happened suddenly, too many years of deleting semicolons that editors substituted for periods. I was nearing the end of page edits for a recent article, converting the hundredth new semicolon back to a period, when it hit me: "Enough already with the...

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2015 Writer's Digest Award Winner in Genre Fiction

A high school reunion in a South Florida town unburies the past (literally), launching a lottery-winning surfer with a terrible secret on a twisted race through the Sunshine State to save a missing woman, and his soul. Heart and dark humor combine with manic action and plot twists in this unhinged tale of revenge and redemption, where everyone has something to hide and nothing is what it seems.
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