IndieView with Christine Reynebeau, author of Guts.

IndieView with Christine Reynebeau, author of Guts.

I had 5 illustrators start working on it and back out before I met Brandi at a YMCA event, while working, and she helped me finish the product! The two that have truly impacted my writing are Dr. Any advice that you would like to give to other newbies considering becoming Indie authors? Its absolute […]

IndieView with Barbara Russell, author of The Heart Collector

IndieView with Barbara Russell, author of The Heart Collector

I’ve always loved steampunk novels, but those set in New Zealand are very few, and I love people with superpowers, so I thought, why not putting everything together? It’s a steep road and the competition is fierce, but I found lovely authors who support and help me throughout the way 🙂 About You Where did […]

BookView with Lance Manion, author of neXt

BookView with Lance Manion, author of neXt

They are a different person to everyone they meet, they are different based on the time of day and where they are and what they decided to wear that morning. I self-publish therefore I am. I bet this Lance Manion must have gotten a lot of ballyhoo.” End of Interview: For more from Lance visit […]

IndieView with Ashley Moss, author of Lessons I’ve Learned

IndieView with Ashley Moss, author of Lessons I’ve Learned

If so can you please describe it? End of Interview: Get your copy of   Lessons I’ve Learned from Amazon US or Amazon UK. Honest, raw, and captivating, the book is a collection of poems that all poetry lovers can enjoy. About the book What is the book about? If yes, what gets the fingers […]

IndieView with Kirk Millson, author of Serpents of Old

IndieView with Kirk Millson, author of Serpents of Old

If yes, what gets the fingers tapping? Are your characters entirely fictitious or have you borrowed from real world people you know? Did you hire a professional editor? Gee, that’s a tough one. I self-published through Amazon, which let me choose the title and cover art. She’s doing great now, but I’ve been afraid to […]

IndieView with Ellis Hoff, author of Victory Blood

IndieView with Ellis Hoff, author of Victory Blood

In a dark forest or dim hallway? Two years ago, and change. Just like with my sleep—where my other fantasy life resides—I like silence. I’d like to throw my net wide and tell you that it’s a story for everyone, but… Female readers over the age of thirteen who enjoy the character development of contemporary […]

IndieView with Philip M Fishman, author of Secession

IndieView with Philip M Fishman, author of Secession

  Rand and Orwell helped shape my political views; and Michener my historical perspective. Other subplots are global warming, immigration, and taxation. It’s a near future realistic political novel. I responded that I was seventy-six and could likewise make no guarantees.   Preparing to publish and market a German translation of a revised and updated […]

IndieView with Joe Johnston, author of Grits to Glory

IndieView with Joe Johnston, author of Grits to Glory

That’s the most important thing. Do you listen to music while you write? The most important thesis of Grits to Glory is that Southern Cookin’ is a blend of three influences. Certainly among American Indians and African American slaves and their descendants, the written record begins even later. It began when I was a kid […]

IndieView with Timothy Reinhardt, author of Jesus’s Brother James

IndieView with Timothy Reinhardt, author of Jesus’s Brother James

Where do you live now? Timothy Reinhardt – 20 July 2019 The Back Flap Life can be challenging and overwhelming. Are your characters entirely fictitious or have you borrowed from real world people you know? I outline in general terms, then start drafting the screenplay. About You Where did you grow up? After finding his […]

Reviewer IndieView with Iona Caldwell of The Antered Crown

Reviewer IndieView with Iona Caldwell of The Antered Crown

We all have innate attachments to certain tropes, themes, characters, details, etc. Lovecraft did it too as did Edgar Allan Poe and Mary Shelley. The industry is bustling and needing all the time we can give. Just as reviewers are inundated, so too, are authors. I read it completely through. Two max. We can’t by […]

IndieView with Virginia Arthur, author of Treed

IndieView with Virginia Arthur, author of Treed

The community wanted to make it into a park. The CA Board of Supervisors type of government has to be replaced by something else, a form of governing that would be truly democratic, like community councils but the idea of letting people actually vote on developments terrifies the powers that be in CA so it […]