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IndieView with Lisa W. Tetting, author of The Mistreatment of Zora Langston

The Mistreatment of Zora Langston

For this particular book, I would like to target anyone who has suffered at the hand of an abuser and survived, or is trying to heal. I believe Zora can help with that.

Lisa W. Tetting – 2 August 2015 Continue reading

IndieView with Jill Meniketti, author of Welcome to Groove House

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As my guys returned to touring in 2003, seeing them up there, back on the big stages again playing arenas, the idea hit me to explore the twilight years of aging rock stars. Literally . . .

Jill Meniketti – 30 July 2015 Continue reading

IndieView with Michael J. Brooks, author of Exodus Conflict

Exodus Conflict

 

There is a little bit of me in Alex Mercer, but the characters are mainly fictitious. To me, it is much more fun to write about people you don’t know, including yourself, and people who don’t exist in reality.

Michael J. Brooks – 23 July 2015 Continue reading

IndieView with Malcolm Campbell, authors of Conjure Woman’s Cat

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One has to be a story whisperer, teasing into its good graces, finding commonalities and understandings, and earning trust before daring to write.

Malcolm Campbell – 19 July 2015 Continue reading

IndieView with Andrew Hanson, authors of Greenies

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Partly from my own experience as a volunteer for Friends of the Earth and Greenpeace. I wanted to take certain arguments to logical extremes and see where they led.

Andrew Hanson – 16 July, 2015 Continue reading

IndieView with Jeffrey Cook and Katherine Perkins, authors of Foul is Fair

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Foul is Fair is dedicated to the late Sir Terry Pratchett, and for several reasons. We certainly hope it has a good sense of humor and has some sort of blend of the fantastic and the common-sensical. 

Jeffery Cook and Katherine Perkins – 12 July 2015 Continue reading

IndieView with Kayne Milhomme, author of Grace & Disgrace

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So, several years after signing with a literary agent, I was on my own again. That was the defining moment, of course, for me to decide to go the self-publishing route. But it was also a process—several years of back and forth, of ‘almosts’, capped by that final conversation that made it clear what I had to do. And it’s been surprisingly liberating.

Kayne Milhomme – 9 July 2015 Continue reading

IndieView with M. Maitland Deland, M.D., author of Nashville Mercy

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As a doctor, I have seen a lot of good in the medical world, but I have also seen my fair share of the “bad.” There are doctors out there (not many, thank goodness!), that do have corrupt practices, or that cheat their patients. It’s really sad, and even though it doesn’t happen everyday, it happens more than it should.

M. Maitland DeLand, M.D. – 5 July 2015 Continue reading

IndieView with Justin Sloan, author of Back by Sunrise

Back by Sunrise

The idea came to me when my friend was deploying with the Marines to Iraq, and I couldn’t imagine the pain his daughter would feel if he never returned. 

Justin Sloan – 2 July 2015 Continue reading

Indieview with Pam Ferderbar, author of Feng Shui and Charlotte Nightingale

Feng shui and Charlotte Nightingale

I just love Charlotte. Even when she’s not feeling good about herself, there is something charming and strong under the surface. She’s the kind of person I’d have as a friend

Pam Ferderbar – 28 June 2015 Continue reading