IndieView with Katrina Monroe, author of Sacrificial Lamb Cake

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Christopher Moore was the first author I read who really made me want to be a writer. He mixes humor and feeling in a way that tells a truly entertaining story and I strive to do something similar. 

Katrina Monroe – 26 April 2015 Continue reading

IndieView with Anne Louise O’Connell, author of Deep Deceit

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The close friendship that evolved between the two main, female characters was easy to write because I’ve had similar experiences as an expat when a new friend takes you under her wing.

Anne Louise O’Connell – 23 April 2015 Continue reading

IndieView with Tahlia Newland, author of Words within Worlds

Worlds within Worlds

 

As with all my books, scenes just began appearing in my mind, so I wrote them down. After a while, I saw that these apparently diverse scenes did actually belong to one story. 

Tahlia Newland – 19 April 2015 Continue reading

IndieView with Evangeline Jennings, author of Riding in Cars with Girls

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Music is a huge part of my life. And there are myriad musical references in my work – most of which are too obscure for most readers to notice, I’ve dropped several during this interview. But when I am actually writing, I need silence.

Evangeline Jennings – 16 April 2015 Continue reading

#Free for your #Kindle, 4/12/2015

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Oyster

Oyster by Rosalind Minett

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Genesis

Genesis by M.P. McDonald

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IndieView with Lorraine Devon Wilke, author of Hysterical Love

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As for the initial idea: many years back, one of my brothers shared an interesting tale with me of a man who found an old story of his father’s about a woman who seemed to be the “one that got away.” This fellow was so intrigued by the idea of this mysterious woman from his father’s past (whose name and location were mentioned in the story), that he got her number via 411 and called her.

Lorraine Devon Wilke – 12 April 2015 Continue reading

IndieView with Austin Dragon, author of Hollow Blood

Hollow Blood

Writing is a very visual thing for me. So I am equally influenced by great movies as I am by great writing. 

Austin Dragoon – 9 April 2015 Continue reading

#Free for your #Kindle, 4/6/2015

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Schrodinger's Telephone

Schrodinger’s Telephone by Marion Stein

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Deadish

Dead(ish) by Naomi Kramer

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IndieView with Ashay Abbhi, author of The Inevitable

The Inevitable

 

I feel the trick to writing stories is not to look elsewhere but within myself. Our lives have enough plots and subplots and complications to make great stories.

Ashay Abbhi – 5 April 2015 Continue reading

IndieView with J.B. Maynard, author of The Cautionary Tale of Butch Black

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I lived the life of Butch Black, so conveying and exaggerating actual events came as little challenge. I believe that’s what makes this book so hysterical: the fact that 90% of these things actual happen to the people working in retail.

J.B. Maynard – 4 April 2015 Continue reading