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Lisa Renee

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  1. Yes, it's funny how we can become fuzzier once we become a writer. I start a book which has so many filter words or things my editors correct, then I end up putting it down as I want to avoid forming those habits.
  2. So are you saying I can have my ebook exclusive to Amazon/Kindle and have my paper back with Ingramspark (which puts it on Amazon too)?
  3. As mentioned by others, you don't have to go on the unlimited option, but Kindle Create is a free app which you can download to your computer and its a few clicks to convert to an ebook and can publish straight away. Not much skill needed for this one. But you can't download the file to use elsewhere, it's only linked to Kindle/Amazon.
  4. Hello All, I write Christian Women's fiction with a romance thread. What's your genre? Blessings, Lisa
  5. Yes, it seems more politically based. Thanks for sharing.
  6. Print on demand option. Self-publishing. E-books. Tutorials.
  7. Re: Feedback from self-publishers How did you find using Kindle Unlimited for sales or those who've tried Ingramspark? I'm thinking that unknown authors are better off using Kindle Unlimited as people on membership look for 'free' books in their desired genre/category. Someone told me they get $4US if the reader reads cover to cover on Kindle Unlimited. It depends on how many pages, so less if they don't finish the book. Any thoughts from those who have experience in sales or lack of sales using these self-publishing routes?
  8. Thanks for the details. I look forward to your latest updates.
  9. Thanks for sharing. I like your ideas, "God is passionate about his relationship with each of us, and that he will pursue us to the very ends of the Earth." I'm sure it will encourage your readers.
  10. That's great to hear your passion and that you've done something about it. All the best with your writing and editing.
  11. Fantastic. I appreciate your prompt reply. See you around the forums.
  12. Okay, thanks. So I make the ten comments, not others on my posts? This might count as one 😉
  13. Hello, I've just joined. Can you aid my access to the critique forum or do I have a wait period like the message says. I read another person's comment that there are tech issues. Many thanks for your help and time. Lisa
  14. Hello Christian writers, My name is Lisa Renee and I write Christian women's fiction. I'm keen to join the critique group and meet like minded people. See you there soon.
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