Lee Ann

Recent AMA

I recent­ly ran an AMA event. For those who don’t know what that is — AMA is short for Ask Me Any­thing. It was inter­est­ing to see what kind of ques­tions cropped up. I’ve post­ed the entire thing below 🙂   If some­one offered you a film based on your book, will you accept it? […]

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Writing

100 Word Flash Fiction — The Funeral

Just a small piece of flash fic­tion. 🙂   She was the last one to walk the length of the church and stand in front of the cof­fin. Every­one was silent, watch­ing, as she stroked his cheek, and leaned for­ward to press a kiss against his cold lips then straight­ened. “I miss you, baby,” her […]

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Just Book Talk

WWW Wednesday

WWW Wednes­day is a meme host­ed by Sam at Tak­ing on a World of Words. It’s open for any­one to join in and is a great way to share what you’ve been read­ing! All you have to do is answer three ques­tions and share a link to your blog in the com­ments sec­tion of Sam’s blog. […]

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Book Reviews | Marketing

Give your favourite authors some review love

I want to take a minute today to write about some­thing that is so impor­tant to all writ­ers who release books. As a writer, I feel there’s noth­ing more impor­tant than know­ing what your read­ers think of your books.  Whether you’re writ­ing a stand­alone sto­ry, or a series of nov­els set around one char­ac­ter or […]

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Self Publishing

To use DRM or not to use DRM

DRM or Dig­i­tal Rights Man­age­ment can be a sticky sub­ject to dis­cuss, but it’s some­thing you should con­sid­er when you’re look­ing to self-pub­­lish. If you talk to some­one who is pro-DRM, they’ll tell you all about how it adds an extra lay­er of pro­tec­tion to the author’s work. If you talk to some­one who is […]

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Writing

Writing with a co-author

Writ­ing with a co-author can be a huge­ly reward­ing expe­ri­ence.  Espe­cial­ly if you man­age to find some­one who shares your vision, pas­sion and dri­ve for what­ev­er it is you are both writ­ing togeth­er.  But even when you are work­ing with some­one who you like, appre­ci­ate, or respect, you still must make sure you have an […]

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