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Ed’s Casual Friday at Indies Unlimited.

Today’s column over at the IU (Indies Unlimited, not Indiana University) is a little different, in that instead of just trying to be be goofy, I talk about my first month enrolled in the Kindle Direct Publishing “Select Program.” Light on the funny, but hopefully some useful info for authors debating the program.

http://www.indiesunlimited.com/2012/03/30/eds-casual-friday-the-power-of-select/

 
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Posted by on March 30, 2012 in Writing

 

“The Quest for Perfection Will Murder Your Spirit” – Tag Line Tuesday with Red Tash

“The Quest for Perfection Will Murder Your Spirit” – Tag Line Tuesday with Red Tash

Today, Tag Line Tuesday is happy to welcome Red Tash, author and raconteur. I’m not 100% on what “raconteur” means, but it always sounded cool to me.

Ed: Hola, Red. As I hear writers are creative people, please answer each of the following biographic questions twice, once with the truth and once with a lie.

Name?

RT: Red Tash, or Yoda Hemingway Read the rest of this entry »

 

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Ed’s Casual Friday: Things to know about facebook

This week’s Ed’s Casual Friday column over at Indies Unlimited highlights some of the invaluable lessons I’ve learned about facebook over lo, these many weeks.

A little advice for writers on the social media juggernaut, as well as for “real people.” ;-)

 

 

 

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 FREE FOR ST. PATRICK’S DAY

The fourth volume of Eddie’s Shorts contains two stories, one called “Flipper the Stripper” and another titled “Justice in Ireland.” As I’m half Irish, seemed logical to offer it free on St. Pat’s. ;-)  http://www.amazon.com/dp/B006P8R7D4

And as always, the first three volumes of my short story collections remain free in all formats via Smashwords. https://www.smashwords.com/profile/view/medwardmcnally

Have a good one, all, and call a cab.

 
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Posted by on March 17, 2012 in M. Edward McNally, Writing

 

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A McFreebie and a Match Game

A couple quick things today.

First, The Celtic Collection from the Eclective is FREE today and tomorrow on Kindle, just in case you don’t get enough “Irish” this St. Paddy’s Day. Six stories from six authors, running the typical Eclective gamut from Historical Fiction to Paranormal. With leprechauns.

Second, Ed’s Casual Friday over at Indie’s Unlimited is a Match Game sort of thing today, like “Pin the Awful Review on a Classic Book.” Or even Snooki’s book.

Happy holiday, folks, and Drink Safely. :-)

http://www.amazon.com/The-Eclective-Celtic-Collection-ebook/dp/B007FFJVGW

 

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“…register for nursing school in the morning.” Tag Line Tuesday with Laurie Boris

“…register for nursing school in the morning.” Tag Line Tuesday with Laurie Boris

Hola, party peoples. Today Tag Line Tuesday welcomes the effervescent Laurie Boris.

Hi, Laurie. As I hear writers are creative people, please answer the following biographic questions twice, once with the truth and once with a lie.

Ed: Name?

LB: Laurie Boris, or Roxie LaRue

Ed: Where you from, Roxie?

LB: Hopewell Junction, New York. Third door on the left

Ed: Day job?

LB: Writing and editing. Lion tamer. Read the rest of this entry »

 
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Posted by on March 13, 2012 in author interviews, Tag Line Tuesday, Writing

 

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Ed’s Casual Friday: An Off Day

 Today’s Casual Friday post over at Indies Unlimited postulates what happens when an author has a whole day of free time just to work. And nothing gets done. ;-)

 

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Today’s Ed’s Casual Friday column over on Indies Unlimited talks about the ad I ran for The Sable City last month, and how “advertising” stacked up in that instance against “promo.”

 

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