IndieView with M.R. Pilot, author of A Bloodline’s Echo

IndieView with M.R. Pilot, author of A Bloodline’s Echo

Self-discipline. But once it became this world with characters that felt real, I was like, oh, maybe someone else will like it, I’ll indie publish. But to describe who I think would most relate to the story, it’d probably be a young adult girl who has dealt with some familial strife and/or felt like they […]

The Honey & Wax Book Collecting Prize returns

The Honey & Wax Book Collecting Prize returns

Created by Honey & Wax Booksellers in Brooklyn, New York, the prize is open to women book collectors in the United States aged 30 or younger. That’s what this prize is designed to achieve,” said Heather O’Donnell, founder of Honey & Wax. The 2018 Honey & Wax Book Collecting Prize is now open The second […]

IndieView with B.J. Mendelson, author of Privacy

IndieView with B.J. Mendelson, author of Privacy

What came easily? There’s a lot of porn involved. I was taking graduate classes at the University at Buffalo, mostly due to boredom, and some of the research from those classes took me into the realm of privacy. George Carlin, Charles Bukowski (or at least, the David Duchovny version of Bukowski from “Californication.”) Bill Hicks. […]

Introducing the Gormenghast Automata

Introducing the Gormenghast Automata

Learn more This is the ‘Gormenghast Automata’ – the ultimate one of a kind accessory for fans of Mervyn Peake, the British novelist who created the Gormenghast trilogy of gothic fantasy novels. Custom built by an anonymous Gormenghast-loving English craftsman from wood and metal, this brand new automated mechanical device depicts Peake’s ominous castle and […]

IndieView with Robert Barlow Jr, author of D.O.G.: Executive Order

IndieView with Robert Barlow Jr, author of D.O.G.: Executive Order

I am hoping this interview will also help spread the word. I lived there until I completed college. What made you decide to go Indie, whether self-publishing or with an indie publisher? and the Executive Order paper was my idea, but the cover was created by a professional, who did an exceptional job. Unfortunately, I […]

IndieView with John Wilker, author of Space Rogues

IndieView with John Wilker, author of Space Rogues

About Publishing Did you submit your work to Agents? Are your characters entirely fictitious or have you borrowed from real world people you know? I’ve always loved reading indie authors, and shopping indie book stores, etc. Now the crew numbers five. If so can you please describe it? Joshua Dalzelle’s Omega Force was a big […]

IndieView with Brian Corley, author of Ghost Bully

IndieView with Brian Corley, author of Ghost Bully

Those three weeks I had in May were amazing because I spent five hours or so writing and was able to knock out a first draft, but I have a job again now, so my creative process is to write every morning for an hour and a half or so. It took me about three […]

IndieView with Chris Hoffman, author of Beginnings

IndieView with Chris Hoffman, author of Beginnings

Still in Berlin, Germany. We all know how important it is for writers to read. It was a week after the release of my e-book, and nobody had bought a single copy yet, when I realized that I have to come up with some marketing ideas. Due to mild sexual innuendo I would like readers […]

Women in antiquarian bookselling: interview with Heather O’Donnell and Rebecca Romney of Honey & Wax Booksellers

Women in antiquarian bookselling: interview with Heather O’Donnell and Rebecca Romney of Honey & Wax Booksellers

Women in antiquarian bookselling: interview with Heather O’Donnell and Rebecca Romney of Honey & Wax Booksellers In 2017, they launched a book collecting contest specifically for women book collectors in the United States aged 30 or younger. Perhaps the biggest change, over the past few years, has been a greater awareness from male booksellers of […]

BookView with Ralph Webster, author of One More Moon

BookView with Ralph Webster, author of One More Moon

That is a great question – one that I am still struggling with. It is a story of happiness, sadness, and survival. This is a bad habit and I do not recommend it. There are different opinions to consider. From a young age I was taught how difficult it can be for refugees and immigrants. […]

A souper valuable pop art dress from Campbell’s Soup

A souper valuable pop art dress from Campbell’s Soup

A souper valuable pop art dress from Campbell’s Soup There are three of them listed for sale on AbeBooks.com at $4,000, $4,965 and $5,175 respectively. Created by Campbell’s Soup, this is a dress specifically designed to help sell cans of soup by riding on the coattails of Andy Warhol’s iconic image from 1962. It’s the […]