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Monday, August 1st, 2016
1:09 am
Conceptual fandom

Originally published at Mouseferatu: Rodent of the Dark. You can comment here or there.

Do any of you ever find yourself realizing that you’re a fan of something conceptually, but not practically?

What I mean is, for instance, a conversation about horror movies at ArmadilloCon eventually turned to Pinhead and the Hellraiser movies. And I found myself putting into words something I’d thought about but hadn’t seriously considered, which is this:

I’m a big fan of the CONCEPT of Pinhead and the Cenobites (particularly in their original conception, before they just became run-of-the-mill demons in a Judeo-Christian hell). I think there’s an enormous amount of cool story and mood potential behind them, and I’d love to see it explored.

Yet I’m not actually a fan of any of their appearances. I didn’t much care for THE HELLBOUND HEART novella, and while I’ve enjoyed many aspects of the Hellraiser movies (especially scenes and segments and ideas from the first two), I’ve never actually enjoyed a single Hellraiser movie AS a complete movie.

The same is true of Lovecraft. I love Lovecraftian horror. I’ve used it in some of my work, and I sometimes go out looking for it. But I’m not really fond of Lovecraft’s own work. I find him a mediocre writer, and although I’ve read almost his entire library, I can only remember a handful of stories well enough to talk about them.

Or, for a different sort of example, exploration-based sandbox D&D campaigns. I find the potential stories and ideas enticing in the abstract, but I’ve never played in such a campaign that didn’t bore me, and I’ve had to quit every time I’ve tried to run one because I was very much not enjoying it.

Is this just me? Or do any of you guys–I’m especially, but not exclusively, curious about other creatives–find yourselves in the same sort of boat?

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Monday, July 25th, 2016
2:49 pm
July 25, 2016: ArmadilloCon schedule!

Originally published at Mouseferatu: Rodent of the Dark. You can comment here or there.

Hey, folks. ArmadilloCon is this coming weekend, and as always I’m hoping to see a number of you there. I won’t be attending Friday evening, but I’ll be present almost all day Saturday, and part of Sunday. My formal panel schedule is:

3:00 PM, Saturday: Signing (Dealer’s Room)

5:00 PM, Saturday: How to Deal With Writer’s Block (Ballroom F)

9:00 PM, Saturday: Learning from Others’ Mistakes (Ballroom E)

10:00 PM, Saturday: Doing Research for Your Story (Ballroom E)

I’m not part of any Sunday panels, but I’m still planning to be around for a chunk of the day. That said, Saturday is my big day.

Also, please see my prior post about ArmadilloCon, too.

See you all soon!

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Tuesday, July 19th, 2016
2:42 pm
July 19, 2016: An important word about ArmadilloCon

Originally published at Mouseferatu: Rodent of the Dark. You can comment here or there.

Hey, folks. ArmadilloCon is in a little less than two weeks, and as usual, I’ll be attending this year. I’ll be posting my actual panel and other attendance schedule in the near future.

But that’s not what I wanted to talk about in this post.

As you may well know, there’s been an ongoing discussion over the past few years about sexual (and other) harassment at genre cons. Now, to my knowledge, ArmadilloCon has not had a problem with that, and they’ve got a pretty solid anti-harassment policy in place. But, of course, the fact that I haven’t heard about it doesn’t mean it never happens, and an incident can occur even at the best of cons.

So…

Below, you’ll see a photograph of me. (I’m the guy in the middle, with the beard.) If you are at ArmadilloCon, and you are being harassed or otherwise made uncomfortable by somebody, and you happen to see me? Come join me. Don’t worry about asking first, don’t worry about interrupting. If I’m having a conversation, come join it. If I’m sitting alone, come talk to me. If I’m in a panel, come find a place to sit–or even come sit up front next to the table, if you feel you need to.

Tell me what’s going on. I’ll give you a place to be part of a group, if that makes you feel safer. Or, if you’d prefer, I’ll escort you to go find a staff member, or out to the parking lot, or to your room, or wherever you need to go to feel safe. If you need me to call somebody, I will.

If you’re not comfortable with me doing it, either my wife will go with you (if she’s present), or we’ll go find one of the female guests of the convention.

Seriously, I mean this. Interrupt what I’m doing. I’ll help, or find someone who can.

Again, I want to be clear. ArmadilloCon is a good con, run by good people. I’m not doing this because I feel they’ve in any way fallen down on the job; they haven’t. I just want to do what little I can to make our community as safe and as welcoming as possible.

I hope nobody needs to take me up on this, but please, please don’t hesitate to do so if you feel the need. And I hope to see you all there, having a great time.

That’s me in the middle.

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Tuesday, June 28th, 2016
11:44 am
June 28, 2016: Hot Lead in new format!

Originally published at Mouseferatu: Rodent of the Dark. You can comment here or there.

Heya, folks. Been a while, but I’ve got some news.

Hot Lead, Cold Iron is now available in mass market paperback format! (For those not familiar with the different formats, that’s the “standard” paperback size.) If you’ve been waiting, if you haven’t wanted it in the larger trade paperback or e-book formats, now’s your chance. :-)

The third book in the series, Dead to Rites, will be out in about a month and a half, so now’s a good time to catch up on the series, too.

More soon.

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Saturday, April 23rd, 2016
11:58 pm
Unpopular Opinion Theater presents: Marvel movies!

Originally published at Mouseferatu: Rodent of the Dark. You can comment here or there.

Lots and lots and lots and lots and lots of people online champion the idea of Marvel somehow regaining the X-Men and Fantastic Four properties from Fox, so they can incorporate them into the larger Marvel Cinematic Universe.

I’m fine with that, where the FF are concerned, but as for the X-Men… Well…

I don’t want Marvel to get them back.

No, that’s not accurate. I’d be fine with Marvel getting them back if they kept them separate. What I do not want is mutants in the MCU.

Yes, it’d be cool to see Logan and Cap meet in WWII, Beast banter with Spider-man, all of that. But the concept of the mutants, as a hated minority, as a metaphor for PoC or gays or other marginalized groups? That just works better if they’re the only super-beings out there; and on the flip side, in the MCU, where everyone’s power has thus far has a source, the alien-blooded Inhumans are a more thematic fit.

(Yes, I’ve heard the arguments to the contrary. Some are even solid. I nevertheless feel that mixing mutants with other superhumans dilutes the “mutant as other” narrative.)

Plus, frankly, the MCU is already getting crowded. It can’t handle as many characters as the comics can.

I now step back so that you may yell and scream and throw tomatoes in polite disagreement. ;-)

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Tuesday, February 16th, 2016
7:11 pm
February 16, 2016: Been a While

Originally published at Mouseferatu: Rodent of the Dark. You can comment here or there.

Well. You guys could easily have been forgiven for assuming that I’d abandoned this site; I’m afraid it’s been way too long since I updated. A combination of real-life issues and a lack of any substantial news combined to where I’d lost track of how long it’d been. I hope you all had a great holiday season and new year.

I still don’t have any major news to share, but here’s what I’ve got.

1) Dead to Rites, book 3 of the Mick Oberon series, has been completed and sent to editing. I believe it’s due out this summer, but don’t hold me to that. More details when I have them. I’m really happy with how this one came out; it’s got a different feel to it than the first two books, while still very much being part of the same series.

2) Some of you may recall my involvement in a Kickstarter last year, for a project called “The Lost Citadel.” If not, you can get the gist by clicking here. It’s a fantasy-horror shared world project, and my contribution to the first anthology–a short story entitled “Requiem, in Bells”–has been completed and delivered. I should have details on when that anthology will be available (both for Kickstarter backers and for purchase) in the near future.

3) Due to technical difficulties, I have been unable to get into the e-mail address associated with the editing/critique service I offered. If you’ve sent me something to that address and are waiting for a response, please resend using my standard contact page and put “critique” in the subject line. Sorry for the inconvenience.  :oops:

4) And finally, here’s the cover for Dead to Rites. :-D

Dead to Rites cover

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Friday, January 15th, 2016
12:58 am
A bit of advice

Originally published at Mouseferatu: Rodent of the Dark. You can comment here or there.

Okay, folks. The Dungeon Master’s Guild market/license for D&D stuff is a great opportunity and a lot of fun. I get why so many of you are eager to get material up there ASAP. But I hope you’ll accept a bit of free advice from someone who’s both a fan and a professional.

EDITING MATTERS.

You need to know how to put a sentence together, and you need to have your work read over by other people who know how to put a sentence together. I promise you–promise–that if you have obvious typos or overtly poor grammar in your product description, a lot of people are never going to even look at the product itself, let alone spend any money on it. There are many people who have already lost me as a potential customer based on a single sentence of their product entry, because it was so poorly written that I don’t trust them to be able to deliver a usable product.

Take your time and do it right.

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Sunday, November 1st, 2015
1:28 am
Happy Halloween!

Originally published at Mouseferatu: Rodent of the Dark. You can comment here or there.

For the first time in a couple of years, we decided to put some effort into Halloween. So, I present Rasputin, from Hellboy.

Okay, so I’m no Karel Roden, but I think it’s not too shabby, all things considered.  :-D

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Tuesday, October 27th, 2015
12:49 am
October 27, 2015: Convention Policies

Originally published at Mouseferatu: Rodent of the Dark. You can comment here or there.

Okay, this isn’t news per se. But I really feel the need to put this on the front page, rather than under the blog tab, because it’s important.

Today, WFC came out with an absolutely toothless, insulting harassment policy. On the same day, SXSW canceled various panels on harassment and safety in fandom spaces, over threats of violence. I’m not often a fan of the whole “If you’re not on one side, you’re on the other” dichotomy. But sometimes, it’s accurate.

Convention-runners? If you aren’t overtly anti-harassment? YOU ARE PRO-HARASSMENT. Maybe you don’t mean to be, but that’s the message you’re sending to the people who do the harassing and those who are victims of it, and guess what? Those are the only messages that count.

Step the hell up already.

Obviously, I’m not the one threatened by a lack of such policies, but that’s exactly why I–and other people in my position–need to support this effort. Sadly, the people who are affected aren’t likely to be heard. A while back, author John Scalzi created a pledge, which many authors signed, saying that he (and they) would not attend any conventions that didn’t have a functional anti-harassment policy in place. Consider this public notice that I’m on board.

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Monday, August 17th, 2015
3:48 pm
August 17, 2015: Tomorrow!

Originally published at Mouseferatu: Rodent of the Dark. You can comment here or there.

Tomorrow, August 18th, is release day for Hallow Point! The second book in the Mick Oberon series will be available online and on bookstore shelves in all the usual places.

In celebration/promotion, I’ll be doing an AMA over on the fantasy sub-forum on Reddit.com.

What’s an AMA? It stands for “Ask Me Anything,” and it’s basically an open Q&A session. Starting at around noon CST (give or take), I’ll be posting a link to the discussion. It’ll be open all day for people to swing by and post whatever questions they want–and I do mean whatever. Ask me about Hallow Point and Mick Oberon, sure. But you can also ask me about any of my other series or characters. Ask me about my game work. Ask me about my writing process. Ask me about my personal history. Ask me about my taste in movies, or books, or cuisine. My background. My cat. Anything at all.

I might swing by throughout the day to answer a question or two early. Whether I do that or not, I’ll be back around 7:00 pm CST to do a couple of hours of real-time answering. I’ll post answers to existing questions, and I’ll watch for additional questions or follow-up questions. It basically becomes a live Q&A at that point. I’d very much love for to see a bunch of you there at the time, so we can turn it into an ongoing conversation. I’ll wrap it up somewhere between 8:30 and 9:30 (again, give or take), and pop back in the next day to see if there are any lingering/straggler questions that came in after I was done.

Very much looking forward to seeing you guys there. :-)

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Thursday, August 13th, 2015
11:48 pm
August 14, 2015: Geekfest Schedule and Some Reminders

Originally published at Mouseferatu: Rodent of the Dark. You can comment here or there.

For those who’ll be attending Geekfest at Central Texas College in Killeen, here’s my schedule.

Friday, 8:00 PM: Q&A with Gabrielle Faust and me, followed by meet & greet, room 141.
Saturday, 12:00 PM: The Role of Role-Playing Games in Writing Fiction, room 101.
Saturday, 2:00 PM: The Importance of Research in Developing Role-Playing Games and Novels, room 101.
Sunday, 3:00 PM: Methods of World-Building for Fiction and Role-Playing Games, room 101.
All “panels” but the first one are with just me, so I will be involving the audience rather heavily, making these more conversations or Q&A than panels/lectures. (That’s more fun anyway.) Be prepared to participate; I hope to see some of you there. :-)
Also, Hallow Point is out next week!  8-O I’ll be doing an AMA (“Ask Me Anything”) session on the fantasy sub-forum on Reddit that evening. This is your chance to ask me all those burning questions I like to pretend you have about me and my work, so don’t miss it!
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Friday, July 17th, 2015
8:38 pm
July 17, 2015: ArmadilloCon schedule

Originally published at Mouseferatu: Rodent of the Dark. You can comment here or there.

Hey, folks! My ArmadilloCon panel schedule, if you’ll be there:
Saturday, 4:00 PM, Ballroom D: Speculative Fiction as a Mirror to Religion
Saturday, 8:00 PM, Southpark A: Writing for the Gaming Industry
Sunday, 11:00 AM, Dealer’s Room: Signing
Sunday, 12:00 PM, Ballroom F: Performing Major Surgery on Your Novel
Sunday, 2:00 PM, Southpark B: The Magic of Collaboration
I’ll be around a lot more than that, and I’ll be attending other panels as a guest, but that’s the formal schedule as it exists. Really hope to see some of you there.
Here’s the full (current) schedule for the con: http://2015.armadillocon.org/grid
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Tuesday, July 7th, 2015
4:06 pm
July 7, 2015: Convention Schedule!

Originally published at Mouseferatu: Rodent of the Dark. You can comment here or there.

So, I’m not traveling much this year and it’s mostly smaller venues, but… CONVENTION SCHEDULE:

ArmadilloCon: July 24-26, Austin, TX.

http://2015.armadillocon.org/

Geekfest: August 14-16, Killeen, TX.

http://www.starsatnight.org/geekfest/

GaMExpo: October 9-11, San Antonio, TX.

http://thegamexpo.com/

Be really cool to see some of you there. :-)

Also, important reminder: My art/prose Mick Oberon contest is still open and ongoing. Could win free books, and possibly also get me pointing people to your art or your writing; don’t just sit this one out. :-)

Rules and details here.

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Monday, June 22nd, 2015
2:14 pm
June 22, 2015: Mick Oberon contest!

Originally published at Mouseferatu: Rodent of the Dark. You can comment here or there.

So, Hallow Point–book two of the Mick Oberon series–comes out in a little less than two months. And we’re going to celebrate.

How are we going to celebrate? By creating prose and/or art.

Here’s the deal. I want you folks to either draw or write a scene involving Mick Oberon. It can be action-oriented, quiet and contemplative, mysterious, whatever. It can take place in Chicago, or in the Otherworld. If you’re drawing, it can be an original scene or a scene from Hot Lead, Cold Iron. If you’re writing, it has to be something original. Don’t try to tell a whole story. This is a snapshot. One image. Nothing more, nothing less.

The portrayal of Mick needs to be accurate. I don’t mean you have to master the 1930s lingo or anything, I just mean the character has to be reasonably well portrayed. He should be using his wand, not a gun, that sort of thing.

Here are the official rules:

1) The picture or scene must go up online in a publicly visible place. Your web site. Your Facebook page (with the entry visible to the public, not just friends). Anywhere like that.

2) The picture must stay visible until the contest ends, which will be shortly after the book comes out. Pin it, or occasionally repost or link back to it.

3) The picture or scene must also include a paragraph explaining where the image comes from and why you’re posting it. In other words, mention/link to this contest. :-)

4) Once you have posted it, use the “Contact” page here to send me a link to it, and also to how you want your name listed (see below). Please change the Subject line to “Mick Oberon contest”.

5) Entries must be posted (and I must be notified of said entry) by July 24th to be considered valid for this contest.

Prizes and rewards. Everyone who participates–everyone–will be listed on a “special thanks” page at the end of book three.

Two randomly chosen entrants will receive signed copies of book two (Hallow Point).

And finally, a single winner–the person whose entry I like best–will receive a signed copy of book two, as above, but will also receive a signed copy of book three, when it comes out, and will also receive a personalized dedication in book three. (Either to you or to a person of your choice.) Your art doesn’t have to be the best. I’ll be choosing, at least in part, based on what I think best exemplifies the character and the mood of the stories, even if it’s not the most perfect drawing or prose. (Also, I will then post the winning entry on my site, with a link back to you.)

That’s it. Any comments or questions, send ‘em to me using the “Mick Oberon contest” subject line, as above.

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2:14 pm
June 22, 2015: Mick Oberon contest!

Originally published at Mouseferatu: Rodent of the Dark. You can comment here or there.

So, Hallow Point–book two of the Mick Oberon series–comes out in a little less than two months. And we’re going to celebrate.

How are we going to celebrate? By creating prose and/or art.

Here’s the deal. I want you folks to either draw or write a scene involving Mick Oberon. It can be action-oriented, quiet and contemplative, mysterious, whatever. It can take place in Chicago, or in the Otherworld. If you’re drawing, it can be an original scene or a scene from Hot Lead, Cold Iron. If you’re writing, it has to be something original. Don’t try to tell a whole story. This is a snapshot. One image. Nothing more, nothing less.

The portrayal of Mick needs to be accurate. I don’t mean you have to master the 1930s lingo or anything, I just mean the character has to be reasonably well portrayed. He should be using his wand, not a gun, that sort of thing.

Here are the official rules:

1) The picture or scene must go up online in a publicly visible place. Your web site. Your Facebook page (with the entry visible to the public, not just friends). Anywhere like that.

2) The picture must stay visible until the contest ends, which will be shortly after the book comes out. Pin it, or occasionally repost or link back to it.

3) The picture or scene must also include a paragraph explaining where the image comes from and why you’re posting it. In other words, mention/link to this contest. :-)

4) Once you have posted it, use the “Contact” page here to send me a link to it, and also to how you want your name listed (see below). Please change the Subject line to “Mick Oberon contest”.

Prizes and rewards. Everyone who participates–everyone–will be listed on a “special thanks” page at the end of book three.

Two randomly chosen entrants will receive signed copies of book two (Hallow Point).

And finally, a single winner–the person whose entry I like best–will receive a signed copy of book two, as above, but will also receive a signed copy of book three, when it comes out, and will also receive a personalized dedication in book three. Your art doesn’t have to be the best. I’ll be choosing, at least in part, based on what I think best exemplifies the character and the mood of the stories, even if it’s not the most perfect drawing or prose. (Also, I will then post the winning entry on my site, with a link back to you.)

That’s it. Any comments or questions, send ‘em to me using the “Mick Oberon contest” subject line, as above.

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2:14 pm
June 22, 2015: Mick Oberon contest!

Originally published at Mouseferatu: Rodent of the Dark. You can comment here or there.

So, Hallow Point–book two of the Mick Oberon series–comes out in a little less than two months. And we’re going to celebrate.

How are we going to celebrate? By creating prose and/or art.

Here’s the deal. I want you folks to either draw or write a scene involving Mick Oberon. It can be action-oriented, quiet and contemplative, mysterious, whatever. It can take place in Chicago, or in the Otherworld. If you’re drawing, it can be an original scene or a scene from Hot Lead, Cold Iron. If you’re writing, it has to be something original. Don’t try to tell a whole story. This is a snapshot. One image. Nothing more, nothing less.

The portrayal of Mick needs to be accurate. I don’t mean you have to master the 1930s lingo or anything, I just mean the character has to be reasonably well portrayed. He should be using his wand, not a gun, that sort of thing.

Here are the official rules:

1) The picture or scene must go up online in a publicly visible place. Your web site. Your Facebook page (with the entry visible to the public, not just friends). Anywhere like that.

2) The picture must stay visible until the contest ends, which will be shortly after the book comes out. Pin it, or occasionally repost or link back to it.

3) The picture or scene must also include a paragraph explaining where the image comes from and why you’re posting it. In other words, mention/link to this contest. :-)

4) Once you have posted it, use the “Contact” page here to send me a link to it, and also to how you want your name listed (see below). Please change the Subject line to “Mick Oberon contest”.

Prizes and rewards. Everyone who participates–everyone–will be listed on a “special thanks” page at the end of book three.

Two randomly chosen entrants will receive signed copies of book two (Hallow Point).

And finally, a single winner–the person whose entry I like best–will receive a signed copy of book two, as above, but will also receive a signed copy of book three, when it comes out, and will also receive a personalized dedication in book three. Your art doesn’t have to be the best. I’ll be choosing, at least in part, based on what I think best exemplifies the character and the mood of the stories, even if it’s not the most perfect drawing or prose. (Also, I will then post the winning entry on my site, with a link back to you.)

That’s it. Any comments or questions, send ‘em to me using the “Mick Oberon contest” subject line, as above.

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2:09 pm
Hallow Point

Originally published at Mouseferatu: Rodent of the Dark. You can comment here or there.

 HallowPoint Credits: Sole author.</p>

Cover art by Julia Lloyd.

Notes: Book two in the Mick Oberon series! Uncover the occult mysteries and deepest secrets of gangland Chicago, from the underworld to the Otherworld.

Availability:

• Amazon.com

• Barnes & Noble.com

• Indiebound.org

• Powells.com

• Books-A-Million.com

Or talk about it on Goodreads.

The Spear of Lugh, one of the great and terrible Four Hallows of the Tuatha Dé Danann, is in Chicago. And everyone, everyone wants it, for it is said that he who carries the spear into battle cannot be defeated. Those chasing it include an agent of the infamous Wild Hunt; a mobster who knows far more about these things than he should; and of course both the Seelie and Unseelie Courts—the very last people PI Mick Oberon, exile from the Otherworld courts of the fae, would want getting hold of the spear…

 

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Tuesday, June 16th, 2015
1:29 pm
June 16, 2015: Welcome to the Lost Citadel!

Originally published at Mouseferatu: Rodent of the Dark. You can comment here or there.

“The city is called Redoubt… and so far as anyone knows, it is the last.”

James Lowder​. Janet Morris. Mercedes Murdock Yardley​. Keith Baker​. Bracken MacLeod. Brian Hodge. Malcolm Sheppard. Natania Barron​. Erin M. Evans​. Kealan Patrick Burke​. Damien Angelica Walters​. Joe McKinney​. From an idea conceived by CA Suleiman​, Jaym Gates​, and myself, and also including stories from CA and me.

And those are just the core team. Check out some of the stretch goals.

Artists include Samuel Araya​, Mark Kelly, Chris Malidore, and the Todd Lockwood​.

And it’s finally launch day! Jump on in and help us make this the best book it can be. You’re not gonna go wrong with that table of contents. :-D

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/casuleiman/tales-of-the-lost-citadel-transmedia-anthology

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Sunday, May 31st, 2015
11:34 pm
Spare a moment?

Originally published at Mouseferatu: Rodent of the Dark. You can comment here or there.

It occurs to me, I’m sitting here wondering about various marketing issues–but I don’t NEED to. I have people right here I can talk to. So, take half a minute and help me out, please?

If you have NOT purchased* one of my books (in whatever format) in the past couple of years, would you be so kind as to tell me why not?

*(Or otherwise legally acquired, such as having gotten one as a gift.)

I need real data here, so if your answer is something fairly final, such as “I don’t read fantasy” or “I don’t care for your writing style,” okay. I can accept that. (*sob* ;-) )

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Thursday, April 2nd, 2015
11:30 pm
Zero stars

Originally published at Mouseferatu: Rodent of the Dark. You can comment here or there.

I was just followed, on Twitter, by one of those “Buy Amazon reviews!” services.

I blocked them and reported them as spam. And the only reason I didn’t do more than that is that the “Crotch-punch poster over the Internet” attachment I ordered is out of stock.

Let me be clear. Authors rely on reviews. Word of mouth sells more than anything, and reviews are–and generate–word of mouth.

But that only works as long as readers believe that at least the majority of reviews are honest/accurate, at least where the reviewer is concerned. “Services” like this? They’re not helping you. It becomes real obvious, real quick, if a book is paying for good reviews. All you’re doing is damaging the readers’ trust–and not just of you, but of all reviews, and by extension, of all authors.

So, to the folks at the “service” who followed me–briefly–and to the folks at all other, similar services, and to the authors who use them…

Kindly piss the hell off, and stay there.

No love–and sadly, no ability to crotch-punch you via the internet,

 

Ari

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