Tag: #IndieAuthor

Reading at Black Dog Books – A Retrospective

“[Michael E. Dellert’s reading at Black Dog Books on Saturday 15 July] was an eclectic gathering of eager minds that were totally blown away by Mike’s uncanny imagination. He belongs in the big leagues.” — Rob Marcazo, singer, songwriter, poet,

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The Wedding of Eithne Goodreads Ask the Author Event!

Wedding of Eithne - Goodreads Ask The Author Michael E. Dellert, March 11 2017

Come Join The Wedding of Eithne Goodreads Ask the Author Event! On 11 March, 2017, we’ll be hosting a live Q&A on Goodreads with author Michael E. Dellert! Michael’s well-versed in both the indie and traditional publishing worlds and has

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Surprises of Success: Heidi Angell and The Hunted Book Launch

One of the surprising joys of blogging for me is the opportunity to work with other indie authors, to learn more about their work, and to spread the word about their successes on these crazy Adventures in Indie Publishing. This

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The Thirteenth Question with Author Heidi Angell

Heidi Angell, Author

Today, I’m very happy to welcome Heidi Angell to these Adventures in Indie Publishing. Heidi is the author of The Hunters Series, The Clear Angel Chronicles, and The Hell School Series. She also created Royal Prince Vince, and Creative Exercises

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Life in the War Zone – Paul White

Life in the War Zone by Paul White

Life in the War Zone from Paul White is now available! Released: 11th February 2017 Life in the War Zone is not a ‘WAR’ story. It is a collection of poignant, eye opening stories and articles, written primarily as fictional

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Author Spotlight: Christopher Lee

The Lore of the Aos Si, by Christopher Lee. Find it on Inkshares!

This week, I shine a spotlight on the amazing indie story-teller, Christopher Lee. Who is Christopher Lee? Yes, the name is familiar but he’s not Saruman, nor is he Dracula. He’s a somewhat lesser—but no less interesting—version. Christopher Lee is

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Five Things Writers Need to Know About Facebook

“If you try to use Facebook for something it’s not designed to do, you’re just going to get frustrated over the lack of results.” — Tim Grahl, author of Your First 1000 Copies Recently, I was posting my latest giveaway

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Fantasy Doesn’t Mean Kid-Lit: Spotlight on C.L. Schneider

Last week, I announced that I’d be exhibiting my Matter of Manred Saga at Newark Comic Con 2016 and talked at some length about all the things I felt I had to do to be prepared for my first ever

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Look, Up in the Sky! It’s Newark Comic Con 2016!

Newark Comic Con 2016

So, this happened. I decided to stop stalling and do my first public in-person author event: I’ll be exhibiting the Matter of Manred Saga at Newark Comic Con 2016, Saturday August 20 on the Waterfront in historic Newark NJ! Yes,

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The Thirteenth Question with Andy Peloquin

Andy Peloquin—a third culture kid to the core—has loved to read since before he could remember. Sherlock Holmes, the Phantom of the Opera, and Father Brown are just a few of the books that ensnared his imagination as a child.

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