Kenneth Vickery is a new writer, self-publishing e-Books, and looking for a way to engage in marketing to increase his presence as an author. He realises that getting a published work to find the love and acclimation it deserves, will require delving into marketing, which he is trying to do without losing his creative goals. Kenneth writes fiction and published Poppy in September 2018 and Bolas Buys in April 2019. His next fiction novel is due out in 2021. He also documents his literary journey in his blogs and is looking to publish short stories he has posted on his web-site.
His non-fiction writing includes:
Kenneth Vickery ad Andrew J Harvey’s “How to Publish an eBook“
Kenneth Vickery, “Book Marketing Strategies“, which is available to view before -publishing
Is saying “that’s a cliché” clichéd
Plan to Publish
Andrew J Harvey
Andrew J Harvey is the founder and principal of Hague Publishing, an independent publisher of Science Fiction and Fantasy (see following). In addition to writing and/or editing a number of public reports for Parliament, Andrew has been a Principal for the Davies Literary Agency; editor and publisher of The Western Australian Year Book for a number of years; and editor and writer for Afterlife – the on-line magazine for Atmosphere users.
Andrew’s first adult SF novel, Nightfall (Book 1 in the Clemhorn trilogy), was published by Zmok Books in February 2019. The first three books in The Portal Adventures (a series of young adult/middle grade SF) will be released by Peasantry Press in the first half of 2020, with Trouble on Teral to be released on 7 January.
Hague Publishing was established in 2011 as an independent Australian publisher of Science Fiction and Fantasy. Registered in Western Australia, it publishes original work by Australian and New Zealand authors. 2019 saw the release of our 14th book by our 7th author.
Hague Publishing is not a vanity press, and adheres to the Independent Book Publishers Association Code of Ethics. It pays royalties to authors accepted for publication. Authors are not charged for any part of the publication process.
EBooks are available through all major international eBook distributors, while paperbacks are available to purchase from Amazon.com, our own webshop, and throughout the world using Ingram’s Global Connect Program.