Tag Archives: Nicholas C. Rossis

A Heavenly Toasters’ Relaunch

Originally posted on Nicholas C. Rossis:
The more observant among you may have noticed that I have been quietly experimenting with the cover of A Heaven for Toasters. I removed the kissing couple and used a single man, curious to see if that would make any difference to sales. To my surprise, it did, albeit…

A Consultant’s Letter To Santa

Originally posted on Nicholas C. Rossis:
One read I always look forward to this time of the year is The Economist’s special Christmas issue. This is a double one and crammed with fun articles I savor during the holidays. This year’s issue had a hilarious take on consultants, describing what they might tell Santa if…

#BookReview – A HEAVEN FOR TOASTERS by Nicholas C.Rossis #SF

Back with yet another review – this one a recently released novel by fellow blogger Nicholas C. Rossis. Blurb A science fiction crime adventure with plenty of humour and romance A souvlaki and some sun. That is all Detective Mika Pensive wanted from her fun weekend away on the Greek islands. Instead, she finds herself […]

Everything You Need To Know About Blogging

Originally posted on Nicholas C. Rossis:
WebsiteBuilder recently published an amazingly detailed infographic called The State of Blogging Industry & The Ultimate Beginners Guide on How to Create a Blog. They kindly allowed me to share with you, so here it is!

Call to Arms: Year-long survey reveals which book advertiser offers best value for money #ebookadvertising

Nicholas C. Rossis has done us all a huge favour, compiling data from lots of authors on the effectiveness of advertising sites. This is HUGELY useful in helping us all to decide where best to spend our advertising budget. Massive thanks to Nicholas for doing this, and for sharing it with us all. * * * […]

Washington Post’s Neologisms

Originally posted on Nicholas C. Rossis:
According to a meme that’s been going around, the Washington Post has published the winning submissions to its annual neologisms contests, in which readers are asked to supply alternative meanings for common words. Seeing how much you all enjoyed my post on Oxford Dictionaries’ Surprising Word of the Year 2015,…