IndieView with S.B. Goncarova, author of Harnessing Light

IndieView with S.B. Goncarova, author of Harnessing Light

Where do you live now? But that wouldn’t have worked for this kind of book. What would you like readers to know about you? Subsequently, there are a lot of gaps between the pieces which the reader is asked to fill. What made you decide to go Indie, whether self-publishing or with an indie publisher? […]

IndieView with Angeline Walsh, author of Memento Mortale

IndieView with Angeline Walsh, author of Memento Mortale

​ A little over 3 years. You have to pick your challenge. ​I’m an indie filmmaker as well! You can spend your time trying to appease other people, or you can take charge of your own project. I’m a perfectionist, so it typically takes me a while to get a full draft out that I’m […]

IndieView with Joseph Landing JR, author of Bobbit Rock

IndieView with Joseph Landing JR, author of Bobbit Rock

The beginning was exceptionally difficult to write. It is a psychological horror about a homicide detective searching for the culprit of a growing list of murders. I just can’t seem to concentrate during the day. Do you listen to music while you write? I wanted to get the book out and wanted full control. About […]

IndieView with Colin Guest, author of Fatal Love

IndieView with Colin Guest, author of Fatal Love

A woman who wanted love & affection, has two failed marriages, with her last husband dying while trying to kill her. They enjoy making love with Melissa happy when they marry. I do, however, check out various sections I mention in my books online. If so, can you please describe it? Do you outline? A […]

IndieView with Henry Hitz, author of Squirrels in the Wall

IndieView with Henry Hitz, author of Squirrels in the Wall

I live in Oakland, California What would you like readers to know about you? I will keep trying. I wrote three other novels (two published) between then and when I finished Squirrels in 2019. They provide a menu of services in marketing. End of Interview: For more from Henry, visit his website. What are you […]

IndieView with Eliza Wilde, author of Shock Value

IndieView with Eliza Wilde, author of Shock Value

Professional. ​I’m a down to earth person and don’t take myself too seriously. Choosing what scenarios went into my book. What came easily? I wanted to give my readers an authentic view of myself and sense of humor. I solicited advice from some of my friends and sent them the chapters I was hesitant on. […]

IndieView with Tamara Mallimo, author of Magnolia Landing

IndieView with Tamara Mallimo, author of Magnolia Landing

I knew that I wanted to write historical fiction. How long did it take you to write it? Letting the characters drive the story and modelling them after parts of my own life made the writing much easier than it might have been, if the storyline had felt unnatural or unfamiliar to me. People had […]

IndieView with Grace Covill-Grennan, author of Blockhead

IndieView with Grace Covill-Grennan, author of Blockhead

How long did it take you to write it? I didn’t outline for Blockhead. It’s an amazing book, and the collage of styles, voices, and genres felt influential in how I ultimately structured Blockhead as a collection of small pieces with a mix of genres. End of Interview: Get your copy of   Blockhead from […]

IndieView with Catherine Fearns, author of Sound

IndieView with Catherine Fearns, author of Sound

I love big concept writers like Stephen King, Margaret Atwood and Michael Crichton, and there’s a major Victorian gothic influence in my books too. I’m also a member of Sam Missingham’s Empowered Authors Group, which is a treasure trove of advice and support. Do you outline? It was an easy decision to make, and it […]

IndieView with R. J. Norgard, author of Trophy Kill

IndieView with R. J. Norgard, author of Trophy Kill

The outline becomes my working document as I write and is fluid – nothing is sacrosanct. Now he shares a rundown apartment above an Anchorage coffee shop, burying his sorrows in cheap beer. The first contains the chapter number. Overall, I think it’s hugely important to read a lot and to read a wide variety […]

Bookview with David Kummer, author of Home

Bookview with David Kummer, author of Home

It seems like the majority of readers who enjoy it are in their 20’s or 30’s, but that doesn’t mean others won’t. On a journey to nowhere, an escape from the past, four travelers must confront the harsh realities of their chosen path. What new things did you learn about writing, publishing, and/or yourself while […]

IndieView with Chantae Oliver, author of The Dream Weavers

IndieView with Chantae Oliver, author of The Dream Weavers

My characters are extremely diverse in every sense so I feel people from all over the world can find someone to connect with in the series. How long did it take you to write it? About Publishing Did you submit your work to Agents? I mainly struggled with believing in myself and accepting that this […]

IndieView with Brent Robins, author of The Perfect Culture

IndieView with Brent Robins, author of The Perfect Culture

The Perfect Culture is the story of Thomas Gephardt, an American, who after graduating from college, attempts to expand his horizons and live overseas in three different places: France, Japan, and Israel. Satire is present throughout the novel to keep it entertaining. Northwest Ohio, near Toledo. I’d say that he’s a great match for my […]

IndieView with A.J. Mullican, author of Abnormal

IndieView with A.J. Mullican, author of Abnormal

If she was Gifted, it would be a simple case of self-defense, but as an Abnormal—a person in the lower class who was born with Gifts—she’s not even supposed to exist. Flay. End of Interview. Clare Rhoades is used to life under the radar. It doesn’t come across as fluid as a typed draft, so […]