I'm kind of proud of Fried Calamari. After all this time, it is still doing well as a short fantasy story. Check out the recent Amazon rankings. I can't wait for Shyster & Shyster to come out, then Calamari reappears in Lesbian Cure, book two of the Misappearance Series.
Reviewed by Maria Beltran for Readers' Favorite Fried Calamari by Francine Zane is the story of a gutsy, sprightly, smart but rather lazy raccoon who was born in the Alaskan wilderness and spends his time foraging or hunting with his two brothers, or getting into fights with bigger predators over food. But when he meets … Continue reading Fried Calamari Review
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Nice. Fried Calamari is climbing the Amazon charts. Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,262,920 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store) #2163 in Books > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Humorous #4193 in Kindle Store > Kindle Short Reads > 45 minutes (22-32 pages) > Science Fiction & Fantasy #16232 … Continue reading Fried Calamari
Some author's would argue that writing a book is easier than getting people to actually buy the darn thing. I tend to agree. Recently I ran across the following list of marketing tips that will either make you famous or infamous. At the very least, using these tips may prove to family and friends that … Continue reading 25 Book Marketing Ideas for the Desperate and Shameless
Raccoons are amazing creatures adept at surviving both in the wilderness and the city. They can eat pretty much anything, and they are curious. Their paws are similar to human hands, making them awesome bandits. In the sequel to Shyster & Shyster, the main character has a three-legged pet raccoon name Calamari. The more I write on … Continue reading Fried Calamari
An author in practice is one who actually does the one thing that it takes to have even the remotest chance of success. She writes. She spends time in front of the computer or with pen in hand, or crayon in gnarled fist, or sharp stick gouging away letters in the dirt. She makes it … Continue reading Author in Practice