You might not have realised, unless you’re one of TSL’s authors, that TSL purposefully doesn’t mention a big player or two in its marketing material and communications. That doesn’t mean our authors don’t mention them in their communications – TSL just doesn’t. This post, however, will probably be the closest we get to mentioning any of them and it may just help explain why TSL is as independent as it is. Despite the challenge posed by this ethos, TSL authors are slowly getting known – TSL is making a break through…
#indieauthors remember: #Goodreads IS #Amazon!
It is NOT a book club.https://t.co/lTiinyb9kv#free #nook #itunes pic.twitter.com/AhLD9NaaLT
— Zoe (@goodreadstruth) September 2, 2016
Why Does Amazon Now Own The Ebook Market? – via @justpublishing #amwriting https://t.co/fSTDbxPeCG
— Derek Haines (@Derek_Haines) January 3, 2017
An Amazon Company That Fails Authors – via @justpublishing #amwriting https://t.co/R8r8q4Bdh0
— Derek Haines (@Derek_Haines) January 4, 2017
Would we be in this position if it hadn’t been for organisations initially pushing reviews and promotion of books and item? So many good ideas to help validate and promote individuals (and their skills) have been reduced to cheap gimmicks which have little weight for those in the know.
Amazon Tries New Attack On Fake And Paid Reviews The sorry saga of fak https://t.co/CohhdVKGwe #amwriting #selfpub pic.twitter.com/mvT1VtHUoR
— Just Publishing (@justpublishing) November 20, 2016
And I leave you with this, found by our author, Robbie Cheadle.
INDIE VS. TRADITIONAL PUBLISHING: BATTLE LINES DRAWN? by Steven Perkins https://t.co/j91TP2NWDz via @wordpressdotcom
— Robbie Cheadle (@bakeandwrite) 11 January 2017
Thanks Pablo for the image