ZACHRY WHEELER

Science Fiction Novelist

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Writers have a lot of opinions about writing. I know that may sound like a pretty deep concept, so I’ll give you a minute (cue Jeopardy theme). Welcome to the Zeedub Inkwell, my catch-all for author-related brain droppings.

What Does It Mean to be an Amazon Bestseller?

What Does It Mean to be an Amazon Bestseller?

Few accolades are more coveted in the writing world than "Bestseller." It's regarded as the pinnacle of success, the peak of the mountain, the most glorious achievement obtainable in the meta realm. (Sorry, got a little nerdy there.) However, in...

Reclaiming Ennui: A Referendum on Social Media Usage

Reclaiming Ennui: A Referendum on Social Media Usage

Anyone who reads my blog knows that I am not a fan of social media. I use it begrudgingly as an author because I need to maintain a presence. At least, I thought I did. Over the last year or so, I have been working through a pseudo experiment with...

A Marketing Breakdown for Indie Authors

A Marketing Breakdown for Indie Authors

Ah, marketing. We all hate it. Seriously, I have yet to encounter a single author who can utter the statement "Why yes, book marketing is a rip-roaring good time and I enjoy every second." At least, not without immediately rolling their eyes. It's...

My Big Fat Social Media Marketing Experiment

My Big Fat Social Media Marketing Experiment

You may have noticed that I rolled out a new website design over the last several days. That's an egotistical assumption, of course. I would be genuinely surprised if anyone had noticed at all. But, it was a big deal for me. Not long ago, I posted...

Gusty Winds May Exist

Gusty Winds May Exist

Douglas Adams has been my favorite author since childhood. I celebrate the man's entire library and I am always in the mood to revisit the eccentric worlds of Arthur Dent or Dirk Gently. I even dedicated my novel Max and the Multiverse to his...