Let's start out with business before fun.
Yesterday it was announced that NYT bestselling author Barry Eisler turned down a $500,000 legacy publishing contract. The same day we all found out Amanda Hocking is currently in negotiations for a traditional publishing contract.
Why the switchovers? Is the grass greener on both sides? Both have (supposedly) made millions, but both are turning to a new venture. Any thoughts?
Also, I'm starting a new feature on my blog in April. On Tuesdays, I'll be featuring book trailers. I love watching them and I hope you will too!!!!
If you're an author (indie or trad) and you'd like your book trailer featured on my blog, drop me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Send me your:
Link to a You Tube book trailer