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

The Power of Twin Soul Love

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

#Free for your #Kindle, 12/29/2014

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.

Seasons of the Fool

Seasons of the Fool by Lynne Cantewell

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Who Killed September Falls

Who Killed September Falls? by Annette Young

Amazon US

Amazon UK

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 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

Indieview with VM Gautier, author of Blood Diva

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There’s some explicit content. I think it needs to be there. After all, this is a romantic-vampire story with a character based on a woman who was a famous prostitute. But one person’s erotica is another’s snooze-fest, and some readers are easily offended. And there are only so many words for the same thing!

VM Gautier – 25 December 2014 Continue reading

Indieview with Chase Blackwood, author of Tears of a Heart

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I would imagine it would be quite challenging to write a completely fictitious character without borrowing to some extent from people one has known.

Chase Blackwood – 21 December 2014 Continue reading

Indieview with Henry Chappell, author of Silent we Stood

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Fret, research, try to write, worry, research some more, write… Ideally, I’d do all my research and then write the novel, but it never works that way.

Henry Chappell – 18 December 2014 Continue reading

Indieview with Jackie Nastri Bardenwerper, author of Populatti

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Oh, and if I could do anything with my life, it would be to help teen girls learn that much of what happens in high school isn’t all that important. And that the most important thing they can learn while they’re there is how to be themselves!

Jackie Nastri Bardenwerper – 14 December 2014 Continue reading

Indieview with Thomas Medonis, author of Lost Reality

Lost Reality

I am 32 right now and I think my age group would love my books. The problems we know, but are never discussed in the mainstream, come to the forefront in my literature.

Thomas Medonis – 11 December 2014 Continue reading