Bypassing Amazon’s search filters via Romance.io

So, the clever folks over at Romance.io have implemented a project I kept “thinking of” for years. In the IT world, people think of useful stuff all the time, and sooner or later it someone implements it. This was one of those ideas where the world needed it, and the … Continue reading

The Erotica Gold Rush Era

My erotica career began in 2012, at the end of a “gold rush”. I owe it to new authors to help set reasonable expectations on writing income between then and now. When I first published in late 2012, I caught the tail end of a “gold rush” which had started … Continue reading

A couple of interesting pieces on indie publishing

So, I stumbled upon these interesting articles earlier today.  The first one is more slanted towards publishers – both large and small.  Basically, it makes some really good points about what the KDP Select program does and doesn’t do for authors. http://pjmedia.com/lifestyle/2014/06/06/how-to-compete-with-amazon-if-you-really-want-to/ Now, one variable which isn’t tracked in this … Continue reading

Ominous future for Nook readers and Barnes & Noble

Picture is only related in that I’m presently working on the Brent Allen universe a little right now.  But, the main thing I’m writing about is the ominous happenings in the Barnes and Noble world.  B&N has been a nice little company to me – not as worked up about … Continue reading

On Fiction4All’s fascinating failed experiment in pulling erotica – and their perfect response to it

I signed up with Fiction4All as another distribution source for my stories back in April, and have been happy to get a few sales from them. They have a few domains which sound kind of “adult”, and then Fiction4All, which has a mix of everything. A few weeks ago, they … Continue reading

Another erotica distribution network: Fiction4All

So, I’ve now added Fiction4All to my list of distributors. I recently saw a list of erotica distributors, and noticed that there was one I hadn’t heard of: Fiction4all.  I took a look at their author options, and it seems that they act as a distribution hub for a few … Continue reading

Business Insider has noticed Amazon’s latest crackdown

Amazon’s banning monster erotica – and Business Insider noticed When Amazon did what’s now the “crackdown before last” and removed my “Cum In Me If You Want To Live“ from Amazon), I found myself wondering why they would leave “Cum For Bigfoot” unscathed, while removing a relatively tamer piece about a … Continue reading

Amazon has banned “Cum In Me If You Want To Live”

“Cum In Me If You Want To Live“, which is probably one of my least offensive stories, has been pulled offline on Amazon, but I’ve responded by making it free on Smashwords (which is where you’ll end up if you click the title or the ebook cover to the left). Amazon … Continue reading

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