IndieView with Michael Prescott, author of A Straw in the Wind

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I was unaccustomed to writing in longhand, and was still very mentally befogged and physically jittery, being a mere few days’ sober at the time I commenced to write it – and the emotional factor: knowing that I was writing, in very graphic and horrific detail, about something which had happened to such a close friend of mine about twenty-three years ago, more or less exactly as it had taken place, was rather uncomfortable.

Michael Prescott – 15 September 2016 Continue reading

IndieView with Bobbie Jean Ashley, author of Charli’s Fall

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I don’t outline, even though I do think that I should sometimes. I think its because I get so involved in my characters that I know exactly where and when they are going.

Bobbie Jean Ashley – 12 September 2016 Continue reading

IndieView with Arthur M. Doweyko, author of As Wings Unfurl

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I wait for an idea for a story to pop. I imagine a potential plot arc. I begin writing once I picture a great opening scene. Then I rely on intuition to get through to the end, which I hope will surface along the way.

Arthur M. Doweyko – 8 September 2016 Continue reading

IndieView with D.H. Gibbs, author of Nika

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My target reader would be anyone 16 years and over who enjoys strong female leads and wants to escape into a new fantasy world.

D.H. Gibbs – 5 September 2016 Continue reading

IndieView with Victor Catano, author of Tail and Trouble

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My favorite times writing are when I’m in Orlando. My wife works at Universal Studios for part of the year, and I get into a rhythm when I’m down there with her. I drop her off at work, then I go to the nearby Einstein Bagels and abuse their bottomless cup of coffee while I write a chapter or two. Then I go back to Universal and ride the Hulk coaster and hopefully rattle some new ideas loose. 

Victor Catano – 18 July 2016 Continue reading

IndieView with Robert Eggleton, author of Rarity from the Hollow

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It feels like I’ve been writing Rarity from the Hollow all my life. I’m sixty-five, so that’s a long time.

Robert Eggleton – 20 June 2016

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#Free for your #Kindle, 6/20/2016

The author of each of these books has indicated their intent to schedule these books for a free day for the Kindle versions today on Amazon. Sometimes plans change or mistakes happen, so be sure to verify the price before hitting that “buy me” button.

Six Months to a Year

Six Months to a Year by E.P. Grace

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A Chance for Charity

A Chance for Charity by SL Baum

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Authors interested in having their free book featured either here on Monday or a sister site on Thursday, visit this page for details.

Indieview with Nicole DelaCroix, author of Sexual Confessional

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5. I subscribe to a theory of radical honesty, meaning that I do everything in my power to not tell a lie. I do however, refuse to tell anyone my correct age, and I never will.

Nicole DelaCroix – 2 June 2016 Continue reading

IndieView with Alessandra Harris, author of Blaming the Wind

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Even with my sparse outline, the story always ends up with a different outcome than I had planned. 

Alessandra Harris – 30 May 2016 Continue reading

Reviewer IndieView with Liz Ellyn

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While it is fun when a book sucks you into the story in the first page, I don’t ever define my opinion based on such criteria. I realize that sometimes it isn’t until the second half of the book that I fall in love with a story. 

Liz Ellyn – 15 February 2016 Continue reading