IndieView with Samuel W. Reed, author of The Fabulist

IndieView with Samuel W. Reed, author of The Fabulist

I’m always developing new ideas, working with producers, directors and other screenwriters on content, but specifically for myself, I’m working on two things:   a new screenplay based on this incredible story I found a few years ago that my manager, in particular, is very excited about, and a reverse-adaptation of one of my favorite […]

IndieView with Chris DiCroce, author of Burning Man

IndieView with Chris DiCroce, author of Burning Man

From Dash and Westie’s aeonic friendship comes Burning Man. There’s a suspicious money transfer, a cross-country road trip, a Native American burial ceremony, Molotov cocktails and scooter crashes. Revered. If so, do you do so extensively or just chapter headings and a couple of sentences? When did you start writing the book? Where did you […]

IndieView with Shannon Mullen, author of See What Flowers

IndieView with Shannon Mullen, author of See What Flowers

Are there any particular authors that have influenced how you write and, if so, how have they influenced you? Shannon Mullen – 3 August 2017 The Back Flap All that remains is a note: “Gone to get pancakes.” Her 30th birthday party’s over, yet it’s the happiest Emma Watters has ever been. So I re-draft […]

IndieView with M.N. Mekaelian, author of Choose to Rise

IndieView with M.N. Mekaelian, author of Choose to Rise

Mekaelian – 1 August 2017 The Back Flap Set in a forgotten land in the heart of World War One, Choose to Rise: The Victory Within paints the vividly realistic portrait of one of the most horrific atrocities of the modern world– The Armenian Genocide of 1915. It is empowering, filled with love, inspiration, and […]

Don’t Miss the Brooklyn Antiquarian Book Fair, Sept 8-10, 2017

Don’t Miss the Brooklyn Antiquarian Book Fair, Sept 8-10, 2017

Don’t Miss the Brooklyn Antiquarian Book Fair, Sept 8-10, 2017 Joining her on Sunday is Matthew Reinhart, a world-renowned children’s book author, illustrator and paper engineer. You will also be able to see Brooklyn-based bookseller Lizzy Young’s vintage cookbooks and ephemera, including menus from the ocean liner RMS Lusitania, and a huge collection of vintage […]

IndieView with Angie Flores, author of Cub’s Wish

IndieView with Angie Flores, author of Cub’s Wish

I love people and hearing their stories of growth. If so, do you do so extensively or just chapter headings and a couple of sentences? End of Interview. What are you working on now? Believe in what you do. Rowling started me reading again after a long hiatus from working and having a family. The […]

IndieView with Evonda Michelle, author of Betrayal

IndieView with Evonda Michelle, author of Betrayal

Did you get your book cover professionally done or did you do it yourself? If so, do you do so extensively or just chapter headings and a couple of sentences? Any advice that you would like to give to other newbies considering becoming Indie authors? What made you decide to go Indie, whether self-publishing or […]

AbeBooks Invites You to PulpFest 2017: July 27-30

AbeBooks Invites You to PulpFest 2017: July 27-30

For more information about the convention and to register, visit www.pulpfest.com. The convention is also celebrating the 100th anniversary of Robert Bloch, the author of the classic horror novel PSYCHO, who was a pulp writer in his early years. This year, PulpFest will pay tribute to the hardboiled detective genre and female pulp characters. In […]

IndieView with Brynn Taylor, author of (You Broke Me) Open

IndieView with Brynn Taylor, author of (You Broke Me) Open

After that I wrote for them pretty consistently, until I noticed that they also publish books. I believed for a long time that I would eventually write a book, but when I saw how much this particular subject of toxic relationships was helping other people, I knew I had to create (You Broke Me) Open. […]

IndieView with Mark Boutros, author of Karl’s Kingdom

IndieView with Mark Boutros, author of Karl’s Kingdom

I prefer not to listen to music so I can focus, but if I do it’s instrumentals. Write because you love it. Did you get your book cover professionally done or did you do it yourself? I think older readers will enjoy the story and the pains Karl goes through to ultimately learn his lesson. […]

IndieView with Karen Botha, author of Naked Truths

IndieView with Karen Botha, author of Naked Truths

What made you decide to go Indie, whether self-publishing or with an indie publisher? Anyone who needs a bit of escapism from everyday life, more specifically females 18 – 45. Do you edit as you go or wait until you’ve finished? Ignoring warnings from her best friend and ex murder detective, Paula, Lucy ploughs head […]

IndieView with E.Y. Laster, author of Of Captivity & Kings

IndieView with E.Y. Laster, author of Of Captivity & Kings

It’s probably a bad habit, but I don’t find it distracting. No, I don’t listen to music while I write. I loved learning the history behind things, partly because my Mom and Dad told me so many stories as a kid and were endless sources of history. I wrote a book I would love to […]

Reviewer IndieView with Jessica of Forward Scribes

Reviewer IndieView with Jessica of Forward Scribes

I personally love self-published authors and I’ll review them any chance I get. Not much, but it does and I have to mention it. We’re seeing lots of statistics that say reading as a pastime is dying – do you think that’s the case? Scare the mess out of me. You’ll find good books and […]