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Pseudonyms & Cohesive Marketing

I recently had a great discussion with Mat and Nancy on the Author Strong Podcast. I think it’s one of the most productive and useful discussions we have had. We talked about why, when and how to use pseudonyms, book cover design, planning and repositioning a series. I didn’t have a plan so now I have to double back.

This chat could save you a lot of time and frustration (which I currently feel.)

To hear us talk this out, check out this fun discussion here.

Speaking of repositioning, I wrote a book called Intense Violence, Bizarre Themes.

Here’s the new title and cover:

brooklyn

You can pick up this thriller about my criminal past here. 

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