Mandy James on writing and e-publishing

7 thoughts on “Mandy James on writing and e-publishing”

  1. Hi Mandy, am waving madly from just down the road as I too live in Bristol. It’s always hard to know what to do, whether to go it alone and self-publish or not and great to hear you’ve had a good experience with Crooked Cat. And wow #37! That’s going some. Haven’t read your book yet, my TBR pile is toppling over but hopefully will one day. Good luck with your writing in the future. And great muffins too, Alison. Can I have another please? X

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  2. good morning Kit. Good to have you along. And I see you are also signed up with an epublisher – great news and hope all goes well. Extra muffin definitely deserved.

    AliB

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  3. What a lovely interview! I so enjoy reading about different paths to publication and what inspires each author, etc. Congratulations, Mandy, on the release and subsequent recognition for Righteous Exposure. I haven’t got a Kindle yet 😦 and can’t wait to be able to download and have a good read. Especially after reading the synopsis! Well done Ali, too, for such great interview questions. Best of luck to both of you x

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  4. Hi Jan
    The main reason I got a Kindle was to read all those things being published in e-book only. It really does extend the choice of reading – and lots of it is very cheap! Can be a useful tool too for checking your own work or sharing with others even before publication. (Think Amazon shoud be paying me here!) I also buy ‘mainstream’ novels on Kindle but occasionally revert to a p-book just for a change.
    AliB

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  5. Thanks all for your lovely comments! And Jan, you can download a Kindle app for PC completely free. I don’t have a Kindle either! 🙂 x

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  6. Hi Mandy and Alison

    I enjoyed reading your path to publication, Mandy, and congrats on the success of your book

    Thanks for the virtual muffins, Alison. Excellent for the waistline.

    Tricia

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  7. Hi Tricia – I realise you are an old hand as far as e-publishing goes. Thanks for dropping in. Sadly virtual muffins don’t hit the spot in quite the same way!
    AliB

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