I’m not a lawyer (and this is not legal advice), but I’ll take a stab at the question. Motions for Dismissal and Summary Judgment have one obvious thing in common: disposing of all or part of a case, but they are actually different. From Wikipedia: A “motion to dismiss” asks the court to decide that […]
Thought I’d update everyone: comment notifications are now fixed! Turns out that, despite my thinking it was something I did at the receiving end, nope, it was at the sending end. WPEngine’s awesome support said that basically I should use SMTP for email and recommended this plugin. I set it up and, lo, it worked.
I’d be remiss if I didn’t post this, even though I don’t believe it. I am not @pubnt. I do not know who pubnt is. NOR DO I CARE. I believe defense has subpoenaed the twitter account so prepare 4 disappointment — Jaid Black (@jaidblack) January 21, 2015 Well, they haven’t. Anyhow, I believe pubby’s […]
StoryBundle has an indie fantasy bundle right now. Books are: Bradley P. Beaulieu’s The Winds of Khalakovo. Scott Marlowe’s The Five Elements. Sherwood Smith’s Lhind the Thief. Francesca Forrest’s Pen Pal. Judith Tarr’s Arrows of the Sun. M. C. A. Hogarth’s The Worth of a Shell. C. J. Brightley’s The King’s Sword. Blair MacGregor’s Sand […]
Even if you’re not selling something directly, these may help you. It’s related to a few comments I’ve gotten about this post. Sites that load faster get higher search engine rankings. There are a few things you can do to improve load time. Specifically: If you don’t need PNG’s transparency, use a JPEG. If you […]
My point in writing this post: I’m going to document why I believe Jaid Black is primarily a self-published author, and then, at the end, I’m going to let irony kick her ass. Last year, when I was talking about a small digital-first publisher, Nick Mamatas referred to it as “an extended self-pub play.” Which, […]