Monday, December 8, 2014

SEASON's GREETINGS

From all of us at Publishing by Rebecca J. Vickery and Victory Tales Press:
 






May your holidays be cozy, safe, healthy, and warm;
 

May you receive blessings beyond bountiful and bestow gifts with abundance;





And may we all remember that Jesus is the true reason for the season and share His love and mercy worldwide...




Wednesday, November 26, 2014


Please remember to be thankful for your blessings 
and to pray for those less fortunate.

Thursday, November 13, 2014

Join our Spirited Discussion - Indie or Traditional?

This discussion makes me think of two dogs fighting over a bone. In this analogy, the bone refers to millions of readers. One dog is large, older, well groomed, and used to being in control as he represents traditional publishing. The other dog is smaller, younger, a bit scruffy and mussed around the edges, and must fight for every morsel and she represents Indie (independent) publishing and authors. 




The discussion was started by Michael Kozlowski [Editor in Chief of Good e-Reader] when he posted an article titled "How Readers Can Avoid Buying Ebooks by Indie Authors" http://goodereader.com/blog/commentary/how-readers-can-avoid-buying-ebooks-by-indie-authors. When I read the article, which seriously slams all Indie authors, and posted a comment, I was challenged by Mr. Kozlowski to create a rebuttal article.

As an Indie author and publisher, I could not refuse the chance to share our point of view. And, true to his word, Mr. Kozlowski suprised me and posted the article on his site. You may read it here:  http://goodereader.com/blog/commentary/why-you-should-buy-indie-ebooks-and-avoid-traditional-publishers

Which dog do you support and who do you think will win the coveted bone? Or will the millions of readers represented by the bone actually become the winner when the two dogs become so involved with the fight? We would very much like to have all of you jump right into the discussion and share your thoughts.