Holidailies 25: Warhammer (and other figurine painting hobbies) tips for base painting

I’m an avid Warhammer painter (not as much a player as I still lack an actual painted army to play with) and over time I’ve found a few things that work well, one of them is my cereal spray paint box. Most figurines require a coat of base paint so…

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Holidailies 24: New Adult top 100 research: Time and Reviews

I’m back with more numbers to look at from my New Adult top 100 research. This time around I’m looking at Time and Reviews. I’ve found these very interesting to look at because they didn’t match what I would have expected.   So, going into this part of the research…

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Holidailies 23: Black Sheep: Letting go of the Past = FREE!!!!

Some might have seen this already and some haven’t yet. But Letting go of the Past, the first novella in the Black Sheep trilogy went free on Amazon. I didn’t expect it so I’m extending the sale until the new year!   Soooo, you can get Letting go of the…

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Holidailies 22: Disturbed Fate, chapter 1

With all the talk about New Adult and all the research I’m doing on it, I feel it’s only appropriate to share a bit of my own New Adult story. Disturbed Fate is the first book in the Otherkin Spirits series and the first half of the Disturbed side of…

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Holidailies 21: Some background information to researcing the top 100 New Adult novels

So, a lot of people seemed to have liked the first post I wrote about this research, with only some preliminary results. For this post I want to give some background to the Amazon rankings and some of the boundaries I dealt with both with data I could get and…

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Holidailies 19: Preliminary results from researcing the top 100 New Adult novels

This post (and a more detailed one) might be interesting for people writing or planning to write New Adult or who are publishing within this genre. These data are only from a single moment but I think with the way these lists work that it will look largely the same…

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