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I first published in 2008. From 2008 thru 2012, I observed that my sales dropped from Thanksgiving thru Cyber Monday, yet my sales always peaked in December.

Why wasn’t I benefiting from the Black Friday and Cyber Monday traffic? Because those shoppers are looking for (A) great deals and (B) electronics, clothing, and other gifts.

So in 2013, I proposed a new shopping holiday called Read Tuesday. It’s 2014 and we’re having the second annual Read Tuesday. This year it falls on December 9, 2014.

Read Tuesday is a Black Friday type of event just for book lovers. Readers…

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My Platinum Rules of Writing

Nicholas C. Rossis

From the blog of Nicholas C. Rossis, author of science fiction, the Pearseus epic fantasy series and children's booksExciting stuff! The prestigious Indies Unlimited published a guest post by me a couple of weeks ago, titled “My Golden Rules of Writing.” I’m republishing here under a new name, to separate it from my previous Golden rules post. It’s nothing you haven’t read before in this blog, but it’s a fresh spin on things.

I was particularly intrigued by a comment made: “different people will get different things [from the post] … some folks may see it as satire, while others may be appalled.”

As such an interpretation hadn’t occurred to me, I wonder what you make of it.

Anyway, here it is: my Indies Unlimited guest post, in all its glory! 🙂

My Golden Rules of Writing

Writers seem to fall into one of two camps: Those who love following the rules and those who love to break them. My view? The rules taught in workshops and classrooms only matter to…

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