Posts filed under SelfPub

Nice To Be Back

Digital technology is fabulous, but is also incredibly fragile.  We had a catastrophic system breakdown a while back, and it’s taken until now to get this site restored and up and running. Although fiction will always be the raison d’être for Libreleft Books, at this point we are considering a foray into political nonfiction. Libreleft’s… (read more)

Publishing DRM-Free

Although I’ve always understood censorship to be a bad thing, like everyone else — particularly other creators — I grew up believing copyright was beneficial for authors and culture.   It is only in recent years, as copyright maximalists have successfully lobbied for copyright terms extending into the realm of the ridiculous  that that I’ve… (read more)

NaNoWriMo Success

I’ve just successfully validated my third NaNoWriMo novel “win”, with my draft of “Incoherent” which has been written during the 30 days of NaNoWriMo 2012. At the moment, this first draft is sitting at 50983 words so far. This is, however, perhaps only as much as half way through the novel. At some point, probably… (read more)

Libreleft Books on Kobo

Up until now, the only available eBook version of “Inconstant Moon” was for the Amazon Kindle. My intent was always to make my work available here, but I have not yet evaluated alternatives to PayPal, which I will not use. [Admittedly, reading legalese makes my brain glaze over…] This state of affairs has now changed,… (read more)

I am an independent author.

I don’t have an editor, I have beta readers. I make the ultimate decisions. Although I can seek out assistance from others, what ends up on the page is entirely up to me. It is totally my responsibility.  If I get something wrong it is my mistake. I cannot be overruled by an editor.   Or… (read more)