Blog Profile / Flogging the Quill


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Archived Since:April 2, 2008

Blog Post Archive

Flogometer 1038 for Paul—are you compelled to turn the page?

Only a few days left! Please, please visit my Kickstarter page for my new game, FlipIt. It goes Scrabble one better in terms of challenge and fun. Even if you can’t support it, please pass the link on to friends...

Discovering a good author through BookBub

I spent an hour browsing free books from BookBub this morning, but couldn’t find any that interested me. So I thought I’d give a shout-out for a bookbubber that led to good reading, Lindsay Buroker. The Emperor’s Edge is the...

Flogometer 1037 for Ann—are you compelled to turn the page?

Please, please visit my Kickstarter page for my new game, FlipIt. It goes Scrabble one better in terms of challenge and fun. Even if you can’t support it, please pass the link on to friends and family. Thanks for your...

Flogometer 1036 for Harlene—are you compelled to turn the page?

Please, please visit my Kickstarter page for my new game, FlipIt. It goes Scrabble one better in terms of challenge and fun. Even if you can’t support it, please pass the link on to friends and family. Thanks for your...

I found a good read to share with you—the Huntress thriller series

I came across this novel, Huntress Moon, in a list of books I could read for free as an Amazon Prime member. This thriller by Alexandra Sokoloff intrigued me enough to invest in Kindle Unlimited to read the rest of...

Flog a BookBubber 116: Gordon L. Rottman

Please, please visit my Kickstarter page for my new game, FlipIt. It goes Scrabble one better in terms of challenge and fun. Even if you can’t support it, please pass the link on to friends and family. Thanks for your...

Tonight, maybe

I plan to put up a new flogging tonight, today is occupied with my wife being in the hospital recovering from surgery. The surgery went well, but recovery is hard. Ray

Flog a BookBubber 115: Jeff Carson

Please, please visit my Kickstarter page for my new game, FlipIt. It goes Scrabble one better in terms of challenge and fun. Even if you can’t support it, please pass the link on to friends and family. Thanks for your...

Flog a BookBubber 114: Cheryl Bradshaw

Please, please visit my Kickstarter page for my new game, FlipIt. It goes Scrabble one better in terms of challenge and fun. Even if you can’t support it, please pass the link on to friends and family. Thanks for your...

Flogometer 1035 for L Rita—are you compelled to turn the page?

Sorry I'm a little late on this, a doc appointment this morning. Submissions sought. Get fresh eyes on your opening page. Submission directions below. The Flogometer challenge: can you craft a first page that compels me to turn to the...

Flog a BookBubber 114: Katy Munger

Writers, send your prologue/first chapter to FtQ for a “flogging” critique. Email as an attachment. Many of the folks who utilize BookBub are self-published, and because we hear over and over the need for self-published authors to have their work...

Will you lend a hand?

If you feel you benefit from my blog, please do me the favor of taking a couple of minutes to watch the video below. Then, whether you want to visit the Kickstarter page or not, please pass this link to...

Be among the first to back FlipIt!

If you like Scrabble, have I got a game for you! I've launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund the production of a new word game, FlipIt. If you like to play word games, you should definitely check it out. I...

Flog a BookBubber 113: Marianne Delacourt

Writers, send your prologue/first chapter to FtQ for a “flogging” critique. Email as an attachment. Many of the folks who utilize BookBub are self-published, and because we hear over and over the need for self-published authors to have their work...

Help a fine Indie author achieve Kindle Scout publication

I was once a member of an excellent critique group when I lived in Seattle, and one of the authors, who was not only a terrific writer but a sharp critique partner, has a novel that has been selected for...

Flog a BookBubber 112: Clara Benson

Writers, send your prologue/first chapter to FtQ for a “flogging” critique. Email as an attachment. Many of the folks who utilize BookBub are self-published, and because we hear over and over the need for self-published authors to have their work...

Flog a BookBubber 111: Carolyn Arnold

Writers, send your prologue/first chapter to FtQ for a “flogging” critique. Email as an attachment. Many of the folks who utilize BookBub are self-published, and because we hear over and over the need for self-published authors to have their work...

Flog a BookBubber 110: Randolph Lalonde

Writers, send your prologue/first chapter to FtQ for a “flogging” critique. Email as an attachment. Many of the folks who utilize BookBub are self-published, and because we hear over and over the need for self-published authors to have their work...

Do reader reviews influence you?

On Amazon, my books get pretty good reviews, but I wonder how much they affect interest in a book, and then a purchase decision. So here are a couple of polls: one about your interest pre-reviews, and one for after...

Flog a BookBubber 109: Blake Banner

Writers, send your prologue/first chapter to FtQ for a “flogging” critique. Email as an attachment. Many of the folks who utilize BookBub are self-published, and because we hear over and over the need for self-published authors to have their work...

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