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Sushma Webber says
I'm already published at Amazon and will expand to others when I get my third novel done. With 3, I will feel more secure.
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Russ Moran says
I went with Blogspot for now, but will explore other options! I don't know if I can do this, but here is my first serial installment at
I would like your feedback
This reply limits me to 250 characters. I take it you want to sell your novel via amazon? I can help you if this is your goal. Do you have much experience in selling? Blogger blog isn't going to cut it for your hard work.
I already have two of five novels in my series at Amazon. This one goes back a few years and was an idea for National Writer's month. It's an extra. I will probably publish it once I rewrite and clean it up.
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Lena Welch says
at auto correct "fixed" that link incorrectly - it should be weebly.com
Steven Pearson says
Thanks, all for the serious and savvy answers to my question. I will look at Hub Pages and Blogger. I just wish I could get a better ad firm than Google! My goal is to publicize my novel series with a little serialization.
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Paul Odien Pruel says
Excellent! I linked my blogger blog (in an earlier comment) to Google +. I will spend time this weekend exploring some of those options.
Novel Treasure says
That's great, Novel Treasures! I hope your success continues :)
The Amazon one sounds pretty good. They have better stuff to sell than Google adsense sells. I'll check that one out. I put it up at Blogger and it looks great, but I will move it to a happier place when I find one.
Marcus J. Guidry says
Yes, these are the same reasons I like Blogger. It's relatively versatile and easy to use.