Jon Del Arroz

Two Face Finally Came For Me

November 13, 2018 jdelarroz 0

It’s been a proxy war for the last 2 months. Ethan Van Sciver — aka Two Face — said platitudes to me for awhile, while he had private chats where he sent people both after […]

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The Culture War Landscape Is Changing

November 12, 2018 jdelarroz 0

Over the weekend, we watched as those who built their youtube brands up on being culture warriors and proceeded to turn around and do to right wing comic creators exactly what those in the mainstream, […]

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20Books Final Takeaways

November 9, 2018 jdelarroz 0

What a great conference! I’ve rarely felt so energized about writing as I have these last couple of days. What it comes down to is what I’ve always been saying: write more, and become a […]

Jon Del Arroz

20Books Day 2

November 8, 2018 jdelarroz 0

I think my highlight of my day was getting lunch with Jay Allan, one of the best Military Science Fiction writers in the field. He was extremely gracious and let me hammer him with marketing […]

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ComicsGate is Dead

November 7, 2018 jdelarroz 0

Unranked Cheveron lays it out very well in this video: Bad leaders produce fractured movements. But that’s okay. no one can stop us from content creating over here. Make sure to back my Patreon. It […]

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#20BooksTo50K

November 7, 2018 jdelarroz 0

Sorry about the lack of blog yesterday. Flew out to Las Vegas on Monday night and had to rush to the conference early… and then didn’t have wifi at the conference to post. I’m actually […]

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On Movements and Moving On

November 5, 2018 jdelarroz 0

I have a lot of stuff I want to say, but unfortunately I’m on the move today, headed to the 20BooksTo50K conference in Las Vegas, a conference solely about indie marketing and business building. The […]

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When Science Is No Longer Science

October 31, 2018 jdelarroz 0

Dr. Hans Schantz stops by today to talk his discoveries in physics, and how academia has turned scientists into an industry of “consensus” rather than people who produce experiments to try to catalog the results […]