Archive for the ‘Publishing’ Category

posted by on Publishing

No comments

Recently I was listening to Joanna Penn’s podcast The Creative Penn and she talked about measuring your life in Olympic periods, how she looks back at how her life has changed and what she achieved in cycles of four years. I thought this might be an interesting exercise to do for Ladylit as well. 2008 Beijing […]

BookBub

Jul
2016
23

posted by on Publishing

No comments

It should be apparent to anyone following this blog that a weekly post is probably too much to ask, so I shall try to make this a bi- or tri-weekly occurrence. Let’s see how that goes. This week, I would like to write about BookBub and how it can be a very powerful advertising tool […]

posted by on Publishing

No comments

Hi, remember me? I started this blog a couple of months ago, full of ambition to keep it updated on a weekly basis. And now it’s been two months since the last post. Let’s attribute this delay to travelling, moving office, book launches, taking courses. Definitely not to fear of the blank page, or even […]

Work-life balance

Apr
2016
27

posted by on Publishing

No comments

This post is less publishing related and more general and personal than the previous ones, I apologise to anyone who was hoping for some publishing wisdom. However I think it’s an important topic for any self-employed person, including in the publishing business, so here goes. Questions we’re asked often are “How do you find a […]

posted by on Publishing

No comments

In this week’s episode of Harper Bliss & Her Mrs. we talked about the most important tools and software we use for writing and publishing. Something we did not get into, but is a big part of what we do every day, is our constant endeavour to keep learning and educating ourselves on new developments […]

About KDP Select

Apr
2016
13

posted by on Publishing

No comments

A hot topic in indie publishing is Amazon’s KDP Select program and the frequent changes to it. For people who don’t know what KDP Select is, here is the short explanation: books enrolled in KDP Select are available to download for free for Kindle Unlimited subscribers, but Amazon requires them to be exclusive to Amazon, […]

posted by on Publishing

No comments

Spring is the season for new beginnings and so I have decided to dip my toe in the writing pond. Mind you, nothing like a book yet—I’ll leave that to my prolific wife—but a weekly blog. Harper (Bliss, my partner in business and life and everything really) and I have recently started a weekly podcast […]

posted by on Publishing

No comments

We are very excited and extremely proud to be able to reveal the Table of Contents and cover for our upcoming anthology Forbidden Fruit: stories of unwise lesbian desire. Cheyenne Blue has succeeded in bringing together a very talented group of writers, some well-known already and others about to be. You’ll have to wait till […]

Full Distribution!

Sep
2013
13

posted by on Publishing

No comments

Both Beatrice Donahue’s beautiful debut novelette The Blue Hour and Harper Bliss’ lesbian erotica anthology Anything She Wants are now available from all e-book retailers. Here’s a handy list with the appropriate links. The Blue Hour In a drowsy English village at the dawn of the 1920s, Rosina King sleepwalks through her unhappy life—until one […]

posted by on Publishing

1 comment

While it is certainly true that Ladylit loves lesbian erotica, we are also well aware that it’s not the only genre out there. However, with a name like Ladylit we can hardly start publishing m/m erotica. It just wouldn’t work. 😉 So, we’ve launched a brand new imprint called A Hotter State, which will publish […]