My new novella, Auction Yard, is up for Kindle and Nook. I debated making a paperback edition available, but I think I’ll wait until I have a collection of three novellas at least. I think there’s way too much time and expense involved in the paperback version to make one novella viable. Who’s going to pay six or seven bucks for a fifty page story? (I mean besides my mom.) I know I wouldn’t. So, that said, on to the new story, Auction Yard: Continue reading Auction Yard: A New Novella by John Daulton
One of the coolest things about writing for profit (or at least, writing in hopes of not losing too much) is that, in rare moments, you get to do things that make it feel like you actually get one over on The Man. You know, stuff that makes it seem like you might actually have a chance of “winning” when it comes to taxes and all that money-grubbing stuff, at least one time. Today was one of those days, or at least, it set up one for April 2013 when I do my taxes. Here’s why: Continue reading Starting the Sequel Requires Going Back to the Future. Seriously.