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IndieView with Anonymous-9, author of Bite Harder

Bite Harder


A better question would be: Were there any parts of the book where you did NOT struggle?

Anonymous-9 – 26 October 2014 Continue reading

IndieView with Jayra Almanzor, author of Stygian Rift

Stygian Rift


I started writing my novel when I was Grade 8 in the year 2012.

Jayra Almanzor – 23 October 2014 Continue reading

IndieView with Amy Flint, author of Shadows in the Mist

Shadows in the Mist - Cover


My Porter Biggleswade series is aimed at both believers and sceptics of the paranormal. While the lead character has the ability to see ghosts, she is sceptical of the fact. 

Amy Flint 19 October, 2014 Continue reading

IndieView with Adam Ingle, author of Necessary Evil and the Greater Good

Necessary Evil

There are parts of me or who I want to be in the two protagonists. I’m a foul-mouthed smartass and that comes out in spades with them. 

Adam Ingle – 16 October 2014 Continue reading

IndieView with Richard Engling, author of Visions of Anna



To create the fictional character of Anna seemed the greater tribute than to write a memoir or a biography. So Anna is inspired by Fern rather than literally based on her.

Richard Engling – 12 October 2014 Continue reading

BookView with Laurie Boris, author of Playing Charlie Cool


I learned, as a writer, to trust my instincts more. I’ve always believed that done with empathy and respect, a writer can step outside his or her own experience to see the world through other characters’ eyes.

Laurie Boris – 8 October 2014 Continue reading

IndieView with M.L. Gardner, author of Sayan Knights

Sayan Knights


A few years ago I was driving through the Cascade Mountains and imagined a small village in one of the clearings. I could see people living and working there in a 15th century fashion. I asked myself why they would be there and discovered they were hiding. 

M.L. Gardner – 10 October 2014 Continue reading

IndieView with Doobie Shemer, author of Walking with Elijah



I am here to share, to help. Nothing is more rewarding for me than sharing.

Doobie Shemer – 10 October 2014 Continue reading

IndieView with Veronica Knox, author of Second Lisa

Second Lisa

I get my ideas from studying art history and my need to know where lost art is, and a personal frustration to discover its secrets, now lost, that inspired the artist to write a story with paint.

Veronica Knox – 28 September 2014 Continue reading

IndieView with Eden Baylee, author of Stranger at Sunset



I formulated the idea in January 2013 after a trip to Jamaica. There, I stayed at a small resort next to where author Ian Fleming of James Bond fame once owned a property. A place where such a prolific writer lived and wrote obviously inspired me.

Eden Baylee – 25 September, 2014 Continue reading