I laid out the steps some weeks ago on my Ello page. If you like having your stuff iBooks, Tablo takes much of the work out for you. Here’s the basics: Step 1 – Put Your Book on Tablo. You can write (or copy-paste) your work there with their Bookmaker software, which is intuitive and … More How to Publish Stuff on iBooks, using Tablo…
Today, with The Devil Left Him out and available, I’d like to talk a little about the connection between Jesus and Barrabbas, and the latter’s role in the Biblical story. 1st Century Judea had a number of divisive sects vying for control of what Judaism meant. The Sadducees, the priests, were the most Hellenized, the most … More Barabbas was a Terrorist?
New books are live. More books are coming. The Devil Left Him is up on sale on Amazon. I just did the official announcement on Periscope. The Devil Left Him: Official Anouncement! https://t.co/1QM8l1tPx6 — Andrew J. Patrick (@ajpwriter) July 25, 2017 That should have showed up on Facebook as well. I explain that the book … More Everything is Back on Track!
The first draft of The Devil Left Him is finished. Read up to the penultimate chapter for free on Tablo. Just in Time for Lent, which, among other things, honors Jesus’ Fast in the Desert. The last chapter is done, too, but I’m holding on to it for now. It will be edited and then published … More One, Down, Two to Go…
First, update to The Party at the Last Tomorrow (Click image to go to Tablo and read it) I am now 4 chapters and about 8500 words into this one. That’s the least amount of progress on any of the things I’m working on right now, which is surprising because it’s the one I conceived earliest. I … More The Year of the Three Novellas (which are probably novelettes, but whatever)
First off, there’s a new chapter up. It’s actually an old chapter, since I update on Tablo one chapter behind. So When I finished Chapter 5 this morning, I made Chapter 4 available. I do it that way because it feels good not to be behind my audience. That means I have about 1, maybe … More Naming the Dark One: a “The Devil Left Him” Update
In my research as to the proper way to have a career as an indie author, I’ve read a good few useful books and absorbed what some successful authors have had to say. The boys over at Realm and Sands, who do the Self-Publishing Podcast, have coined the phrase “Write. Publish. Repeat.”, which is the … More Email Lists, Book Covers, Periscope, and Other Assorted Jazz