IndieView with Nicholas Nash, author of The Girl at the Bar

IndieView with Nicholas Nash, author of The Girl at the Bar

It went through numerous edits before the final one was created. That said, I travel to across the country for work and enjoy the different places, food and people everywhere I go. It just happened. Nicholas Nash – 25 April 2017 The Back Flap Rebecca, a brilliant cancer researcher disappears without a trace after a […]

Printer’s Error – absurd moments in book history

Printer’s Error – absurd moments in book history

Printer’s Error – absurd moments in book history There are misadventures from William Blake, Benjamin Franklin and Mary Wollstonecraft. She left Bauman in 2016 and worked on Printer’s Error before deciding to join forces with another ex-Bauman employee, Heather O’Donnell, to set up Honey and Wax. Rebecca, a lady of many talents, also has a […]

Mark Your Calendars: Washington Antiquarian Book Fair – April 28 & 29

Mark Your Calendars: Washington Antiquarian Book Fair – April 28 & 29

Mark Your Calendars: Washington Antiquarian Book Fair – April 28 & 29 This year, over 60 exhibitors from all over the United States will be displaying rare books, manuscripts, modern first editions, autographs, prints, maps, drawings and other fine ephemera for visitors to see, touch and evaluate firsthand. A full list of exhibitors is available […]

IndieView with M.T. Thomas, author of I’ll Rescue You

IndieView with M.T. Thomas, author of I’ll Rescue You

Do you outline? There is some romance but It’s just enough to pull at the reader’s heart strings; very “G” rated, so to speak, since I wrote this novel with young adults and teenagers in mind. We all know how important it is for writers to read. What made you decide to go Indie, whether […]

A first edition of Heather Has Two Mommies is now a $3,000 book

A first edition of Heather Has Two Mommies is now a $3,000 book

A first edition of Heather Has Two Mommies is now a $3,000 book That’s not particularly unusual. This book was controversial in the 1990s and frequently banned. The price for this particular copy of   Heather Has Two Mommies – listed for sale by Nudel Books from New York – indicates that the title now […]

IndieView with Paul Fairbairn, author of Dark Places

IndieView with Paul Fairbairn, author of Dark Places

I have no clue what I’m doing with marketing, and self-promotion really isn’t natural to me. Do you have a marketing plan for the book or are you just winging it? Me, I’m just an ordinary guy. Paul Fairbairn – 18 April 2017 The Back Cover Death is just the beginning… Jim seeks redemption. If […]

Amazing Things at AbeBooks

Amazing Things at AbeBooks

In 1827 he collaborated with his brother-in-law, William Ward, on a series of horse racing illustrations for Sporting Magazine. A prolific painter at a young age, Chalon was made Animal Painter to the Duchess of York in 1795. Painting of a Spaniel by Henry Bernard Chalon Henry Bernard Chalon (1771-1849) 1801 Oil on canvas Signed […]

Coming Up: Florida Antiquarian Book Fair – April 21-23

Coming Up: Florida Antiquarian Book Fair – April 21-23

Coming Up: Florida Antiquarian Book Fair – April 21-23 Audience questions and participation are encouraged! AbeBooks sellers exhibiting their products at the book fair include Lighthouse Books, Back in Time Rare Books, Liberty Book Store, Alexander Rare Books, First Folio, Wonderland Books, Bauman Rare Books, and All Booked Up. Don’t miss out – if you’re […]

IndieView with Sarah K. Stephens, author of A Flash of Red

IndieView with Sarah K. Stephens, author of A Flash of Red

About the book What is the book about? Where did you get the idea from? Any advice that you would like to give to other newbies considering becoming Indie authors? My outlining is mostly mental—I’ve found I enjoy the process of seeing where my story will take me. When I’m not writing or teaching, I’m […]

Amazon’s Best Books of the Month: April 2017

Amazon’s Best Books of the Month: April 2017

Amazon’s Best Books of the Month: April 2017 “I want Dave,” she cried. Irina finds a secret in the reflection of a laptop’s screen in her employer’s eyeglasses. This book will help us all make the most of it. In Nevertheless, Baldwin transcends his public persona, making public facets of his life he has long […]

BookView with Marie Lavender, author of Upon Your Love

BookView with Marie Lavender, author of Upon Your Love

But danger lurks, threatening to destroy everything… Can these two strong-willed individuals unite in the cause before time runs out? What new things did you learn about writing, publishing, and/or yourself while writing and preparing this book for publication? Adrienne Bellamont Hill, born of a valiant captain and a fiery redhead, is untamed to her […]

IndieView with Stef Smulders, author of Living in Italy

IndieView with Stef Smulders, author of Living in Italy

Any advice that you would like to give to other newbies considering becoming Indie authors? Get your copy of   Living in Italy from Amazon US or Amazon UK. What came easily? Were there any parts of the book where you struggled? I more or less made a timeline of what happened when and what […]

IndieView with G.P. Burdon, author of Barren

IndieView with G.P. Burdon, author of Barren

G.P.   When did you start writing the book? When I have an idea, I stew over it for weeks until I know every detail of what I want to write, including characters. The characters always come easily to me, somehow. She seemed pleased when I asked her if she was happy for me to […]

IndieView with Phil Wall, co-author of Gary’s Guide to Life

IndieView with Phil Wall, co-author of Gary’s Guide to Life

Conventional wisdom holds that only people who have attained some measure of success are qualified to write self-help books, but Gary begs to differ. I couldn’t point to a particular author as an influence. We paid for a review by a professional proofer to ensure consistency. Yes, as described, we made quite a detailed plan, […]