Tag Archives: Michael Bunker

APOCALYPSE WEIRD: What It Is and Why YOU Should Care

APOCALYPSE WEIRD is the first offering from Wonderment Media, a cadre of creative professionals who seek a middle path between the (often warring) camps of independent and traditional publishers. Take note; whether you’re a reader or a writer, the AW … Continue reading

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New Release: BROTHER, FRANKENSTEIN by Michael Bunker

Last month I posted my review about Brother, Frankenstein, Michael Bunker’s latest contribution to the Amish sci-fi world. I said nice things about this book, calling it a story of redemption and “Bunker’s finest fictional creation to date.” There was … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading: BROTHER, FRANKENSTEIN by Michael Bunker

I am about to be very cruel to all of you. I am going to tell you about a fabulous book I read that you can’t buy. Wait—it gets worse: I can’t even tell you when you can buy it. … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading: 4 APOCALYPSE WEIRD Novels

There’s a weird wind blowing this way. Apocalyptic, you might call it. In the words of author Stefan Bolz, Apocalypse Weird is the “Marvel universe of books for the digital age.” As a subscriber to the Apocalypse Weird mailing list, … Continue reading

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What I Learned About Book Marketing from Michael Bunker

Yesterday I participated in a webinar with Tim Grahl, founder of Out:think, and author Michael Bunker called, Indie Book Launch Secrets. Despite the catchy webinar title, Michael made it clear right from the beginning that there are no secrets to … Continue reading

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Worldview and Michael Bunker’s PENNSYLVANIA

I have a confession. Sometimes I buy a book by a best-selling indie author just to see if I can figure out what made this particular story so popular. Part envy, part curiosity, part marketing research, I try to pick … Continue reading

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