Monthly Archives: August 2011

How to succeed as a Vigilante Author

Bob Mayer is an author who not only talks the talk; he walks the walk. Here’s how he summarizes his long journey through the world of publishing: 20 years in traditional publishing with over 40 titles. Hit all the bestseller … Continue reading

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“HUNTER” is “pick of the day” on Kindle Book Review

HUNTER was selected as “pick of the day“ for August 24 on the Kindle Book Review site. Many thanks to Jeff Bennington for the honor of this recognition, and for these kind words: Sometimes I’m absolutely floored by the reviews … Continue reading

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John Locke: Model Vigilante Author

For months, I’ve enjoyed following the astonishing success story of self-publishing thriller author John Locke. Locke is author of a series of action novels featuring a former CIA operative known as Donovan Creed. Through clever marketing — mostly through social … Continue reading

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The Vigilante Spirit

Some blogging authors and self-publishers spend a lot of time waging war on traditional publishers, booksellers, and agents. It’s understandable—and sorely tempting, too, because many denizens of the old order aren’t handling this disruptive, transitional period in their industry with … Continue reading

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How I Became a “Vigilante Author”

On June 22, I became a vigilante author. On that date, I joined the Self-Publishing Revolution by “indie”-publishing my novel HUNTER: A Thriller. I’m just one of thousands of authors to do this. And this trend is changing the face … Continue reading

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