I tried to charge for selling book reviews.
As an indie author, I wouldn’t pay for a review so why would I expect other indies to do so? (Hint***Hint…Money motivated my actions and not passion )
Needless to say, the fee-based book review venture failed miserably, but in the process I met Rachel Abbott. She kindly told me that charging for book reviews is not an indie thing (Trust me, she could have been much ruder).
Importantly, she directed me to Joanna Penn’s blog, The Creative Penn, and from then on the rest is history.
Joanna Penn’s informative blog and passion for indie publishing got my gears a-shifting to how I could combine my love of literature and technology.
The first step was to launch gcdenwiddie.com, but the journey is just beginning.
Thanks for reading and joining me on my indie publishing journey.
All questions, comments, complaints, and suggestions are welcome.
You can email me at gcdenwiddie (@) gmail (dot) com or find me on Twitter @gcdenwiddie.
Hope to hear from you soon!
Where to find G.C. Denwiddie online
Imoto, Feet, and Minitaxis
This travel book explores the busy city of Johannesburg,South Africa. Each unfiltered image takes you on a journey as if you were traveling by imoto (car), your feet, or a minitaxi during daily living in this dynamic city.
(4.50 from 2 reviews)
This inspirational, devotional is perfect for realizing the glory of God and the need to praise Him no matter where you are in your spiritual journey.
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