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The Genre Breakdown: Comic Books, Graphic Novels, Category Books and Romance

At the Romantic Times convention, BookBaby spoke with Jade Lee, author of exotic erotic romances (she also writes light, funny romance titles under the name of Kathy Lyons). We asked her which categories of...

Cat Johnson: Profitable Social Networking for Authors

At the Romantic Times Convention, BookBaby interviewed Cat Johnson, an award-winning author of steamy contemporary romance who writes in genres including military, cowboy, and paranormal.  One of the things we find fascinating about Cat...

A Prolific Romance Writer’s Top 5 Tips to Overcome Procrastination

At this year's Romantic Times convention, I interviewed the New York Times Bestselling romance and mystery author Jennifer Ashley, who's published over 30 books.  Romance readers, in particular, are especially voracious, and it's a challenge for writers to keep up with their demand (they easily can want to read up to four novels per year by the same author!)  I asked her if she had any writing ideas which have helped to become so prolific.

Why Authors Should Self-Publish Their Backlist

At this year's Romantic Times convention, I asked the New York Times Bestselling romance and mystery author Jennifer Ashley if it was worth it to self-publish the novels in your backlist.

The Importance of Your eBook Cover Design

Cover design can make a big difference in your sales and distribution. If a title has a great cover, the bookseller may order far more copies than the publisher ever expected - perhaps even 50,000 copies.

How Published Authors Still Have to Do Most of the Promotional Work

At this year's Romantic Times convention, BookBaby interviewed the New York Times Bestselling romance and mystery author Jennifer Ashley. We asked her what an author can expect when working with a traditional publisher.
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Why Some Authors Should Use a Pseudonym or Pen Name

I've always wondered why authors (particularly genre writers) use pen names, and whether it's better to use a pseudonym or pen name, or if you should write under your real name. I asked all four "writers" (e.g., Jennifer) why she write under different pen names.

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