Category Archives: Indieview author

IndieView with Marta Tandori, author of Last Stop Klindenspiel

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Lebensborn children were conceived during the Second World War as part of a Nazi experiment to create a superior race. The children were fathered by high-ranking German officers and genetically-viable women of Scandinavian descent.

Marta Tandori – 25 January 2015 Continue reading

IndieView with John A. Heldt, author of The Mine

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I know my books tend to do best with readers who favor clean romances and nostalgic views of the past, but I don’t write novels with any particular group in mind. I try to appeal to as many readers as possible by using timeless, universal themes and moving beyond the limits of genre.

John A. Heldt – 22 January 2015 Continue reading

IndieView with Lidy Wilks, author of Can You Catch My Flow?

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Also, don’t be afraid to put yourself out there. You can’t just write something and wait for discovery. 

Lidy Wilks – 18 January 2015 Continue reading

IndieView with Pam Stucky, author of The Universes Inside the Lighthouse

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So many of us have things we intend to do “one day.” For me, writing books was always one of those things I thought maybe I’d get to, eventually. Honestly, not to be too cheesy, but writing books has changed my life, in so many ways. If there’s something a reader has always wanted to try but maybe has been afraid of, for whatever reason, I say go for it. Give yourself permission to “fail,” and then jump in. You’ll never know if you don’t try.

Pam Stucky – 15 January 2015 Continue reading

IndieView with Keely Brooke Keith, author of The Land Uncharted

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Always, always, always hire an editor. Always.

Keely Brooke Keith – 11 January 2015 Continue reading

Indieview with Trace Conger, author of The Shadow Broker

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After learning that these shadowy individuals exist, I was intrigued and disturbed at the same time. This was the genesis of my novel. 

Trace Conger – 8 January 2015 Continue reading

IndieView with Mary Dunlop, author of The Power of Twin Soul Love

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I’ve always been fascinated with relationships and often wondered why I was attracted to certain people, especially the ones who “pulled” me the most.

Mary Dunlop – 4 January 2015 Continue reading

Indieview with Steph Post, author of A Tree Born Crooked

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I think all characters in fiction are built up from bits and pieces of real people that we’ve collected along the way.

Steph Post – 4 January 2015 Continue reading

IndieView with Morgan Winters, author of Dark and Disturbed

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I normally don’t divulge this, but I do read a lot of cereal boxes. Captain Crunch is an amazing writer, and his multi-syllabic prose in the chapters called “Ingredients” has me breaking out the dictionary time and time again.

Morgan Winters – 1 January 2015 Continue reading

IndieView with Ken La Salle, author of indian paintbrush

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I try to keep my writing as honest as possible. Even in fiction, I like to pursue emotional honesty that doesn’t sink to the lowest, common denominator, that doesn’t just feed the reader junk food. 

Ken La Salle – 28 December 2014 Continue reading