Author Archives: Robin Praytor

THERE ARE NO DO-OVERS IN SPACE . . .

FINALLY . . . MASS PRIMARY, book 2 of the DARK LANDING series is available exclusively on Amazon in the ebook/Kindle edition. (The trade paperback edition should be available within 60 days.) Don’t have a Kindle? No worries—download the free Kindle reader app to … Continue reading

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Post-To-Print Publishers: A Most Excellent Thing

After a brief false start (tired to do too much too soon) in 2016, Post-To-Print Publishers is off and running with its first official short story Submission Call for what will be an annual anthology. If you know a short … Continue reading

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SHARE: call for short stories from a cat

SHARE: call for short stories from a cat’s POV (all genres/authors paid/no fees) https://post-to-print.com/submission-calls #anthologies http://ow.ly/i/A1ySX

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Chapter Titles: A Major (Free) Marketing Tool

If you’re like me, you don’t expend a lot of writing sweat over chapter titles. According to the stats, around 50% of authors simply number their chapters. Well, I’ve been schooled; chapter titles are a marketing bonanza. And free, and … Continue reading

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One Year Later: Random Thoughts From a #KindleScout Winner

It’s been almost a year since I posted my first novel, TRANSMUTED, book one of the Dark Landing series, to Amazon KindleScout for consideration and it’s selection for publication. The following random thoughts are based on nothing more than my … Continue reading

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TWO COOL THINGS . . .

I received two newsletters recently, each with an interesting idea that I thought was cool: If you aren’t already subscribed, read and subscribe at  https://www.goodreads.com/blog/ Excerpt from Goodreads Believes in Book Fairies – and You Can, Too  “. . . . … Continue reading

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Excerpt From: GRAMMAR FOR PEOPLE WHO HATE RULES by Kathleen A. Watson

Yours, Mine and Ours: Individual vs. Joint Possession When two people jointly own something, placing the apostrophe can be tricky. The dilemma: one apostrophe or two? I stopped by Brad and Kim’s house. I stopped by Brad’s and Kim’s house. … Continue reading

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