Tag Archives: Hobbes End Publishing
Over the past couple of months you have repeatedly asked for more industry interviews, author interviews and rants, on a site with more content. I took your concerns and have 8 more industry interviews finished, 5 author interviews complete and … Continue reading →
“Surprising what you can dig out of books if you read long enough, isn’t it?” Happy birthday Robert Jordan…RIP to a visionary.
After seeing the comments the past couple weeks asking for more interviews and content on my blog, I have decided to combine the Jairus Reddy Blog and the Hobbes End Publishing site into one all-inclusive WordPress site. I have ten interviews with industry … Continue reading →
I have really reached my so-called breaking point with people in the publishing industry. Why you might ask? I am so frustrated with the lack of support shown in all aspects of the publishing industry. I have never seen a … Continue reading →
JR: Today I am here with Delphine Pontvieux, author of Estimated Time of Arrest and someone who has experience in the music and entertainment industry. JR: Tell us a little about yourself and your work. DP: My name is Delphine … Continue reading →
JR: I am here today with Stephen Knight, author of The Gathering Dead. Tell us a little about yourself and your book. SK: I’m a native Texan from Corpus Christi who lives in the New York City area—and before anyone … Continue reading →
All too often I see authors in forums asking if advertising is important to sales or criticizing an advertising placement for lack of sales. I have ignored comment after comment and have tried to delicately offer advice to authors about … Continue reading →