Fulmination, Ruminations, and Snacks from a Resurgent Author

Mailing List

Click here to join my Warped Space newsletter. Freebies and perqs come with your subscription, too.

Unusual New SF Novella!


Teramis is back, with her first story collection published in more than a decade. Make a great escape to her science fiction universe with the armchair traveler tales in this book. Click here for more!

Free Fantasy Novel


Help yourself to a free copy of Dragonsword, the first fantasy novel from Deborah Teramis Christian in over a decade. Now available for immediate download at the Dragonsword book site, or you can read an excerpt here.

Enter your email to subscribe to

Delivered by FeedBurner

Archives

Random Posts

‘Publishing’ Articles

The business of writing and publishing on a broad scale.

Three Problems to Avoid If You Publish a Fiction Ebook

Three Problems to Avoid If You Publish a Fiction Ebook

If you're writing and publishing ebook fiction, here are some quirks to avoid if you want to succeed. [Continue]

Why It’s Still Smart to Court Traditional Publishers

Why It’s Still Smart to Court Traditional Publishers

Want to get your writing into print? Undecided between self-publishing or a traditional publisher? Here's why the old-fashioned route can still help you out. [Continue]

Ebook How-To: a 3-Step Strategy For Quick Sales

Ebook How-To: a 3-Step Strategy For Quick Sales

Here's a quick and dirty three-step strategy for publishing non-fiction ebooks. In the world of ebook how-to, this is one effective bare bones approach to get into the market and create quick sales. Advice to a friend, spawned from my own ebook [Continue]

Ebook Pricing, Traditional Publishing: Some Thoughts

Ebook Pricing, Traditional Publishing: Some Thoughts

What's the right price for an ebook if it's your first novel? Some observations and recommendations based on the current state of ebook pricing for indie publishers. [Continue]

Literary Agent Versus Self-Publishing: the Modern Writer’s Dilemma

Literary Agent Versus Self-Publishing: the Modern Writer’s Dilemma

Get a literary agent or self-publish? A common dilemma for many writers in this new era. A friend asked me about this and here's what I advised her to do. [Continue]

Amazon: “Authors are our customers” Except in Forums

Amazon: “Authors are our customers” Except in Forums

Questioning the dichotomous tension between Amazon ("authors are our customers"), and the reception authors get on Amazon discussion fora. [Continue]

Improving Sales and Income in Ebook Publishing

Improving Sales and Income in Ebook Publishing

How can a short story writer make a reasonable profit in today's ebook publishing market? Here are a few approaches that might help. [Continue]

Book Covers, Artists, Authors, and Publishing

Book Covers, Artists, Authors, and Publishing

What is the relationship between author, artist, publisher and book cover? Getting the right look for a book is not all that straightforward. This post explains how some of this stuff works, sometimes. [Continue]

Sa’adani Tales: Folklore in Short Stories

Sa’adani Tales: Folklore in Short Stories

I've written some folklore for my fictional worlds, and decided to expand this into a book. "Sa'adani Tales" is the collection name. Soon I'll be seeking crowdfunding support for this project. [Continue]

Why You Don’t Need to Register Something to Copyright It

Why You Don’t Need to Register Something to Copyright It

Some people mistakenly think you need to register a manuscript to copyright it. Not so. Read about the two factors that ensure your copyright. [Continue]

 Page 1 of 2  1  2 »

Author Deborah Teramis Christian


Teramis wrote her first book at age 9, but like all good literary lizards has taken her time charging upon the market. Finally in a situation where she can write full time, she is becoming the Dragon, Unleashed, or a close facsimile thereof. Roar, said the saur.

Teramis On the Web

Alternate History Weekly Update - Guest Blogging

MilSciFi Interview - re "Live Fire" in No Man's Land

New Books


This military science fiction anthology contains "Live Fire," Christian's Tiptree Award-nominated short story set in the Sa'adani Empire, the setting of her science fiction novels. Now available at Amazon in print and Kindle editions.