Author Archives: terriponce

About terriponce

I write about twists, turns, past lives and suspense

First 3 people to figure out what this is gets a free copy of my ebooks

I’m having some snow day fun. The first THREE people who figure out what’s pictured in the foreground of the photo below gets a free copy of my ebooks. Email me at terriponce.author@gmail.com or direct message me on Twitter at @TerriPonce. … Continue reading

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REVIEW: The Girl on the Train

Alcoholism, narcissism, and co-dependency…OH MY! There’s no doubt that book genres trend, and there’s also no doubt that one of the latest hot book trends deals with the darker and creepier side of humanity. Broken people, and very realistically drawn … Continue reading

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I Have No Sense of Humor (aka, learning to write what I love)

It occurred to me today, after watching a long round of The Big Bang Theory, that I have no sense of humor. Oh, I appreciate watching it and reading it when someone else does it for me to enjoy. I … Continue reading

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My Book Marketing Secret

Originally posted on Nicholas C. Rossis:
This is a guest post I wrote for Chris, the Story Reading Ape’s blog, and it describes my marketing strategy – which is really very simple. In fact, it can be summed up as…

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Grammatical Crimes – Put on the Cuffs!

I’ve been finding more and more grammar errors lately. On signs. On menus. On blogs and in the media. Even in books. Maybe I’m more critical of these mistakes because I’m a writer, but I gotta admit they make me nuts. … Continue reading

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Advertise with Amazon: a Step-by-step Tutorial

Originally posted on Nicholas C. Rossis:
I was reading Chris McMullen’s excellent (as usual) post on Amazon’s new advertising service, and thought I’d give it a go. My monthly advertising budget is $100, but I hadn’t spent anything in January.…

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The January 2015 Author Earnings Report Has Been Released

The January 2015 Author Earnings Report is now available from authorearnings.com.  Read about what’s going on behind ebook sales relative to print. Are kindles really “full” now? Has the ebook glut truly been reached? “Somewhere between May and July of 2014, Indie … Continue reading

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