IndieView with Sydney Paige McCutcheon, author of Henry

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Call me a bird because I winged it, and still am. It takes research and stamina to find the best ways for marketing.

Sydney Paige McCutcheon – 29 February 2015 Continue reading

BookView with DV Berkom, author of The Body Market

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Things may have been harder this time around, but the flashes of insight I had while writing were amazing. I’ve learned to go with whatever comes up in my imagination, trusting my subconscious to know how to wrap things up in the end.

DV Berkom -26 February 2015 Continue reading

IndieView with Nagendra Murti, author of Thar Express

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I think the story has a plot with a “can’t wait to see what happens next” appeal that most age groups can appreciate. While I did find it hard to categorize my book, I believe it will be an enjoyable read for anyone who likes intrigue, adventure and travel.

Nagendra Murti – 22 February 2015 Continue reading

IndieView with Brenda Vicars, author of Polarity in Motion

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When I worked with high school students who had been removed for disciplinary reasons, I always worried about what would happen if the student were innocent—if the system had failed and punished an innocent person.

Brenda Vicars – 19 February 2015 Continue reading

#Free for your #Kindle, 2/16/2015

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.

The Great People

The Great People by Nicolas Abel

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Amazon UK

Deadis Use this one

DEAD(ish) by Naomi Kramer

Amazon US

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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 Suzanne Steinberg, author of The Endless Control of Madness

The Endless Control of Madness

I always assume when I am writing I am just writing down these common sense thoughts, or feelings. It isn’t until I have space that I realize how deeply engrossed I was in the emotional world of the book. I literally in some weird ways become the story, and one person’s hardships become doorways and tunnels into me expressing my own.

Suzanne Steinberg – 15 February 2015 Continue reading

IndieView with Sandra Hutchison, author of The Ribs and Thigh Bones of Desire

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I was in an independent study with my favorite writing teacher, Fred Miller Robinson (at the time he was married to Marilynne Robinson, who hadn’t published her first book yet). I didn’t have the experience or the guts to handle the sexual aspects of it back then, though as I recall he tried to gently suggest that that it needed to go there.

Sandra Hutchison – 12 February 2015 Continue reading

IndieView with Martin Roy Hill, author of Eden

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Oh, no. I can’t listen to music when I write. I’ll start singing and dancing, and never get any work done.

Martin Roy Hill – 8 February 2015 Continue reading

IndieView with Paige Crutcher, author of The Odyssey of Falling

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I lost friends when I was a teenager, and the loss never goes away. Loss is also a constant companion for every person on his or her life journey.

Paige Crutcher – 5 February 2015 Continue reading

Indieview with Kelly Stone Gamble, author of They Call Me Crazy

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In order to write a book like this, a lot of people have suggested that I have to be a little crazy myself. I’m actually fairly normal. Well, sometimes.

Kelly Stone Gamble – 1 February 2015 Continue reading