David Miller

Biography

The eBay Killers is David Miller’s first fiction novel. It showcases his passion for all things Internet, love of writing and the knack for telling a good story (or two). He first started working on online in 1999 and launched Australia’s first digital sports media service which delivered streaming live sports to clients such as Fox Sports, ESPN, NRL, NewsCorp, Telstra, and Vodafone.

David honed his writing skills as creative director of his own online marketing agency and in 2010, he self-published, Launch Copywriting: How to Write Great Sales Copy That Gets Read & Converts Like Crazy!

David lives in Canberra, Australia with his wife Kristin and their three sons Jacob, Ethan and Kai. When not roaming the family home at 4:00am working on his next writing project, you will find him racing dragon boats, or exploring the ocean on an outrigger.

Smashwords Interview

What is your writing process?
Writing a book is a flat out, no holds barred race to put as many ideas as I can down on paper. In the early stages there is little structure and I tend to let the characters mature and develop in their own space and time. I start a story with a basic structure and then whiteboard the elements on my kitchen pantry door and start making the links to build a great story.
What book marketing techniques have been most effective for you?
As a first time author, there is a sea of marketing options to choose from. I have gone with a basic combination of tried and true options: website/blog, integrated social media, building my own mailing list and leveraging SmashWords to access the largest group of publishers available.
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Books

The eBay Killers
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 48,640. Language: English. Published: February 20, 2015. Categories: Fiction » Mystery & detective » General
The eBay Killers is a rollicking tale of young love, assassins, suburban swingers, Interpol, bashings, AC/DC, the Australian Federal Police, Captain America, bikers, strip clubs, a stuffed fox named Tyler and the transformation of a leafy Canberra suburb into a war zone.

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