Woo-hoo!

I have some huge – massive! – news that I will post just as soon as it’s fully confirmed. I’m so excited about this! On top of that, one of the first beta-readers for The Wolf and The Raven tells me it’s better than Wolf’s Head which is a huge weight off my mind, and that’s before the editor has even gone over it. 🙂

Stay tuned!

WOLF’S HEAD: a gritty, fast-paced retelling of a world-famous legend.

Another fantastic review. 10 stars out of 5, wow! 🙂

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Robin Hood is one of the most iconic characters in the history of mankind, and I believe his enduring popularity is due to his nature as a “statement character”, as I like to call him. He stands for something that people can easily identify with. Numerous movies have portrayed him in different ways: the flamboyant Errol Flynn, the anachronistic-sounding Kevin Costner, the atypical Russell Crowe. 2 things have pretty much remained the same about Robin Hood in regard to his legacy as a character in popular culture. He’ s an outlaw fighting against corruption, robbing the rich, and he’s typically associated with King Richard the Lionhearted.

I had the honour of receiving a copy of a novel that places Robin Hood in a different historical period, but maintains his nature as an outlaw. I’m talking about WOLF’S HEAD, by Steven A. McKay.

This book is absolutely awesome. It starts right…

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Non-US Self-Publisher? Tax Issues Don’t Need to be Taxing

Authors, do it. It’s easy!

CATHERINE RYAN HOWARD

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***UPDATE APRIL 2013: First of all, thanks to David for writing the post that never stops giving. We’re still going with comments over a year later, and I’d recommend every new reader take the time to read through them as your question has in all likelihood already been answered. Yes, I know there’s a lot of them, but people have a lot of questions. Secondly, you might want to note the comment from Lis Sowerbutts that describes her post-EIN dealings with the IRS. If they have withheld money from you in a previous year and you plan on submitting a US tax return to get it back, you MUST get an ITIN. If they haven’t withheld any money yet or they’ve withheld such a tiny amount you’re willing to let it go, an EIN is absolutely fine. It’ll do what you need. But if…

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Cover art for The Wolf and The Raven is here…

I won’t share it just yet, as it needs a couple of minor tweaks, but it looks great! This makes it all seem real now – the sequel to my first novel is almost ready to go…March/early April, fingers crossed is the expected publication date, but there should be a pre-order available on Amazon before then so please do check back here often to find out what’s happening!