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On the twitters!

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Supposed Crimes has taken to the Twittersphere under the oh-so-obvious handle @supposedcrimes. If you are a tweet-minded sort of person, we encourage you to follow so we can follow back. If you know of any accounts that we should follow – such as any GLBT organizations, media outlets, bloggers, or authors – please feel free to pass that along, either through a mention on Twitter or a comment here!

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Meanwhile, lots of conversations

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Despite my oath that I would never do another radio interview, I appear on Cross Conference Episode 28. And my fan fiction is pimped out on Femslash4Fans – Together They’re Unlimited – “Wicked” Authors AinsleyAisling and Immortality. I am a huge fan of these writers (who are much bigger than me in the Wicked world) so it was quite an honor.

Meanwhile, Filaments research has stalled. I have a stack of books, but the primary sources, I would have to pay for. Despite it being a business deduction, it feels wrong to pay for research. Doesn’t it? I...

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Marketing, it’s weird.

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The writers at Supposed Crimes LLC have their own blogs. Are you following them? Geonn Cannon. V. R. Merrymore.

I sold over 100 copies of Little Disquietude in April, thanks to some spectacular advertising from friends. More than I could ever hope for. Riley Parra Season One will be at the printers imminently. The Riches of Mercy is in editing. Geonn has completed the first draft of Riley Parra Season Three. The anthology’s content is nearly finalized.

THINGS ARE GOOD.

Print sales only account for 15% of overall sales, cost the most up front, and pay the smallest...

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Book Rec from Geonn Cannon: The Stepsister Scheme

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From time to time, the Supposed Crimes blog will be linking to offsite entries in SC’s authors’ blogs. First up is a book recommendation from Geonn Cannon. To be quite honest, after reading what he had to say about it, I ordered a copy right away. I’m excited to read the book!

The cover of the first book is misleading. It looks sort of like something a high school girl would tote around in her bookbag (not to badmouth high school girls, but they ARE partially to blame for the Twilight nonsense). But like The Princess Bride, which was disguised...

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For the editor

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As soaps die and web series make money, this article about Morgan Spurlock and advertising-financing seems pretty relevant.

My mind has really been on editing. I need editors. I need editors I pay, because I need them to be rigorous and hard on me.

Otherwise, I think I give up on my stories too easily. I get exhausted. After 50,000 words and months of re-reading and re-writing, I declare something “done.” But just because I’m done doesn’t mean the story’s done. The editor’s job is to point out the holes I know are there, the holes I don’t know...

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