IndieView with Linda Anne Smith, author of Dawn Through the Shadow

IndieView with Linda Anne Smith, author of Dawn Through the Shadow

Observing life and researching religious organizations for families. I have a general idea of the plot and allow my characters to move in directions I had not anticipated. What made you decide to go Indie, whether self-publishing or with an indie publisher? Six years, however, during that period I was working full-time and promoting my […]

IndieView with Robert Hill, author of Alone Together

IndieView with Robert Hill, author of Alone Together

It’s 75% done, tentatively titled Rectification, an adult horror novel. I explained that life would go on without their gadgets – they disagreed. One thing I do toward the end of the editing process is to have Word read the text aloud. It helps me re-immerse myself in the story before I jump into that […]

BookView with Sabrina Albis, author of A Dusk Without Dawn

BookView with Sabrina Albis, author of A Dusk Without Dawn

Do you have a target reader for this book? Mostly poetry, articles and stories but a novel is a totally different animal. With my first novel, I was starting from the beginning, honing my craft and learning the basics of novel writing. I write because it’s my passion. The passion and perseverance it requires to […]

IndieView with Jake Craven, author of Marooned

IndieView with Jake Craven, author of Marooned

Do you edit as you go or wait until you’ve finished? Jake Craven – 3 November 2018 The Back Flap Isaac is an enigmatic man. He resides with his family in Southeastern North Carolina. I think that he did an amazing job and I hope he continues to work with me in the future. Not […]

IndieView with Kristine Raymond, author of Seasons of Love

IndieView with Kristine Raymond, author of Seasons of Love

I love getting inside my characters’ heads and playing out on paper scenes between them. When a friend of mine self-published her book, I decided to give it a try. As with all of my books, my marketing plan consists of sharing my stories with readers by taking advantage of wonderful opportunities such as this […]

IndieView with Alexander Watson, author of River Queens

IndieView with Alexander Watson, author of River Queens

If so can you please describe it? OMG, we work hard for our money. Thomas Hardy gives me permission to set an important and compelling story in the furthest reaches of civilization—today, Far from the Madding Crowd is where cellular coverage is non-existent. Why isn’t that in here?” Mr. Process encompasses what I do when […]

IndieView with Jean Constant, author of The Riemann Conundrum

IndieView with Jean Constant, author of The Riemann Conundrum

Hofstadter for his persuasive demonstration of the many connections between science and art. Cretan, Minoan art is rich in symbols and abstract geometries. My characters – or objects, in the particular context of this book, are absolutely real. As an educator, I’m publishing in various academic journals and professional reviews. You can also get a […]

BookView with Phoenix Elvis Nicholson, author of Unleashed Phantoms

BookView with Phoenix Elvis Nicholson, author of Unleashed Phantoms

I have a strange sense of humor and often phrase things tongue in cheek, sometimes on the nose. A germ of the continuity arrived while asleep. Five months. Always when writing about familiar people there’s a little nagging voice insisting that the words aren’t quite right or the personality doesn’t ring true. Everything flowed so […]

IndieView with Maegan Cook, author of Secret Gold

IndieView with Maegan Cook, author of Secret Gold

When did you start writing the book? Even with the mass production of a luxury magical device called a Soul Tracker explicitly designed to assist hopeless romantics, the odds are still stifling. About Writing Do you have a writing process? I do usually try to work from a loose outline, but like to give the […]

IndieView with L.S. Young, author of A Woman So Bold

IndieView with L.S. Young, author of A Woman So Bold

Montgomery. I didn’t know much about traditional publishing when I started writing, so I decided to go with a small publisher for my first novel. I eat breakfast, do some small tasks around the house, and then write for a few hours with coffee nearby. I grew up in a small town in the Florida […]

IndieView with Miles Watson, author of Knuckle Down

IndieView with Miles Watson, author of Knuckle Down

I’ve also worked extensively in the video games industry. You need someone else to see what you’re missing. Martial arts are a hobby of mine and so is collecting old-time radio programs like The Shadow. With some, I go more by instinct, and with others, I try to follow more of an outline. That’s a […]