The Cover

My daughter helped with the cover for my self-published, erotic eBook. She put on red lipstick and curled a section of her hair. She stood against the kitchen wall and had me hold her camera. She picked up one of the baby’s toys, a plastic strawberry, and held it to her open mouth. So there … More The Cover

Flaming June

I just published Twenty Questions as an electronic book and here’s the cover. It’s taken from a painting called Flaming June by Frederic Leighton, 1895, currently housed in Arte de Ponce in Ponce, Puerto Rico. I’m not sure that the tone is right. The novel is foreboding, but the picture I’ve chosen is dreamy and … More Flaming June

not always Plan B

I’m thinking of publishing my new book, Watching Rhonda Honey, myself as an e-book. Barry Eisler points out that an electronic book is still a book, still a story, just a different delivery system. He turned down a half a million dollar contract so he could publish his latest book himself electronically. Self-publishing is different … More not always Plan B