First, a shout out to the amazing crowd that attended our panel discussion, GIRLS GONE GORE, at Chicago's Comic Con. Great comments and questions! I had an amazing time! I'd also like to thank my panel partner, Lisa M. Lilly, who kept our discussion lively and, last, but not least, our amazing PPT editor Lucia Currans (you rock).
For those of you who were unable to attend, I wanted to share some of the resources that I cited (and personally used) for those of you interested in becoming eBook authors.
First, publication is relatively easy via platforms such as MobiPocket and Smashwords. Additionally, any question that you may have about the writing, publication or marketing process can be answered via a few of my go-to online author resources.
•Joe Konrath (who writes horror as Jack Kilborn) has been a leading resource at http://jakonrath.blogspot.com/ with his ‘A Newbie’s Guide to Publishing’ which promotes eBooks;
•Scott Nicholson was inspiring to me on my eBook publishing journey. Check out his advice at http://www.hauntedcomputer.com/writers.htm.
•R.S. Guthrie, writes great horror and is open and honest about writing and eBook marketing tactics at http://robonwriting.com/;
•Lastly, there is a wonderful group of authors who share tips on the World Literary Café (I’m one of them), you can read my blog on PR and marketing for eBooks at http://worldliterarycafe.com/blog/459.