IndieView with Alex Farivar, author of Rotting

IndieView with Alex Farivar, author of Rotting

She’s quite   the reader and writer herself. Do you outline? End of Interview: For more from Alex, follow him on Twitter. They each have their own style, and method of conveying a character’s personal   conflict, and of course, the style and pace of their writing. If I’m in a good mood, all I […]

Rare Books LA – the new face on the book fair scene

Rare Books LA – the new face on the book fair scene

Rare Books LA – the new face on the book fair scene However, there is an online promotional code for AbeBooks customers which entitles you to a 50% discount on tickets to the fair. organisers of Rare Books LA And yes, we do mean heavy metal books, which is a particular passion for Brad. We […]

Scott Baker Wallace, avid collector of Agatha Christie

Scott Baker Wallace, avid collector of Agatha Christie

Scott Baker Wallace, avid collector of Agatha Christie We all think we know something about Agatha Christie, who remains the world’s most famous writer of detective fiction. Enjoy the interview. Christie wrote 66 novels, 14 short stories and the world’s longest running stage play. In our latest podcast, Scott describes his adventures in collecting and […]

IndieView with Tom Maremaa, author of Reykjavik

IndieView with Tom Maremaa, author of Reykjavik

I mean, we had reached the point where mutually assured destruction (MAD) was the order of the day. Andrei Heilemann, the Soviet scientist who defects to the West, was my neighbor down the street, the colleague at work, the man whom I knew, not as a brilliant nuclear scientist, but simply a fellow I could […]

IndieView with Assaph Mehr, author of In Numina

IndieView with Assaph Mehr, author of In Numina

It’s also one of the most noticeable things when reading a book, and the one that separates amateurs from pros. One name comes highly recommended for solving nutty cases. How long did it take you to write it? It should be a no-brainer for them given the obvious success, and would open up bigger opportunities […]

IndieView with Kiesha Collier, author of A Wife’s Revenge

IndieView with Kiesha Collier, author of A Wife’s Revenge

After the rejection I decided to self-publish. I find that listening to soft music helps bring out the moment that the character is experiencing, but a lot of times I have to shut the music off because when I’m writing I’m in a zone.   I started writing this book September 2016. If yes, what […]

IndieView with John Coon, author of Pandora Reborn

IndieView with John Coon, author of Pandora Reborn

I enjoy reading fiction produced by John Grisham, Michael Crichton, Jack London, C.S. John Coon – 26 November 2018 The Back Flap Ron Olson is a reluctant newcomer to Deer Falls. Of course, I’ve also relied on old-fashioned word-of-mouth promotion as well. Did you get your book cover professionally done or did you do it […]

IndieView with Ketan Desai, author of Germs of War

IndieView with Ketan Desai, author of Germs of War

The science. Do you edit as you go or wait until you’ve finished? What are you working on now? It was done by the publishing company. Based on my background in science, medicine and army. Did you hire a professional editor? What came easily? Yes, I did. As above, no one cared about Bin Laden […]

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 […]