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106-1C: Liars, Tycoons, and Bars, Oh My! (Dorothy Hits the City)

Posted by Nora Quick on Monday, June 22, 2015, In : Writing 106 

You’re at the point of marketing where things get tricky. You may be Dread Pirate Roberts, and you got the girl, but now we enter the Fire Swamp. We have fire spouts, lightning sand, ROUSes, and an evil prince waiting for you.


Let’s get down to honest brass tacks now. In a perfect world you will have blog tours, contests, and giveaways planned before you publish. And almost every writing website on earth will tout these. Though when used effectively they are the BEST promotional marketing ...

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It's All Business, and Business Is Good

Posted by Nora Quick on Wednesday, January 7, 2015, In : Books 
I have a lot of projects on my table right now, so I wanted to keep you abreast.

The Violin Case was just featured on The Indie Spotlight

Hidden Magic has been released by Red Sage and is available in many formats, all digital

Case of the Missing Millionaire has been released as a paperback for my fellow Ludditic bibliophiles

The Dryad has been pushed back, the free eBook short story will be released 1/08/15

And that's what;'s happening with my books. As for free writing, I had to pause for the ho...
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Fasten Your Seat Belts, It's Gonna Be Be a Bumpy Ride

Posted by Nora Quick on Monday, October 8, 2012, In : Strangeness 

I have a new story in Literotica's Halloween contest today. (I also submitted the next chapter of Secret Desires, currently available here.)

My regular erotica fans might not be interested in Lust in the City of the Dead-it's an incest story. What!? You may be asking yourself. Well, I'll let you in on a little secret. I love reading incest stories.I don't think incest is right, and the reality of it disgusts me. But as a fantasy in pornography, it's titillating.

Let's take a moment to examine w...

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