IndieView with P. Wish, author of My Life in 3 Colours

My Life in 3 Colours

Though it is a picture book, I wrote it with young adults in mind. Since the book focuses on appreciating your unique personality, I think it would make a good read for anyone.

P Wish – 7 June 2015 Continue reading

IndieView with Smoky Zeidel, author of The Storyteller’s Bracelet

Storytellers Braclet

My book deals with a horrifying time in American history, a time most people know little about because they don’t teach it in history classes in school. Yet, it is a story of hope in the face of adversity. My target audience is readers who don’t mind squirming a bit while they read, who want to learn about the injustices our government forced on native peoples.

Smoky Zeidel – 4 June 2015 Continue reading

Reviewer IndieView with Heena Rathore P. of The Reading Bud

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Reading enables a person to visit a thousand places without leaving the comfort of home, live a thousand lives without missing out on the real one and relieves and relaxes one’s mind and soul completely.

Heena Rathore P. – 2 June 2015 Continue reading

IndieView with Katie St. Claire, author of Second Hand Stops

Second Hand Stops

It’s incredibly important for authors to read. Not only does reading nourish the imagination and creativity, but also we get to see the writing styles of different authors. I watch how they develop their own plots and characters.

Katie St. Claire – 31 May 2015 Continue reading

IndieView with Peter Wilkes, author of A Woman Called God

A Woman Called God

At 45 pages and less than 500 words, it’s literally a 5-minute read, but the questions it raises and the thoughts it leaves seem to be really quite extraordinary, at least according to the feedback I’ve been getting.

Peter Wilkes – 28 May 2015 Continue reading

#Free for your #Kindle, 5/25/2015

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.

Crossing in Time

Crossing in Time by D.L. Orton

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2014 FFA

2014 Indies Unlimited Flash Fiction Anthology

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IndieView with Tom Claver, author of Hider/Seeker

Hider Seekr

I like to read a book where the writer takes care of you. A good thriller is fairly obvious from the first sentence. It’s like getting into a sports car and being taken for a spin.

Tom Claver – 24 May 2015
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IndieView with Kalan Chapman Lloyd, author of Home Is Where Your Boots Are

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Above anything, I’m a reader. And I cut my teeth on writers from the South. I love the descriptions of the zany characters and the sense of home. I wrote something I wanted to read.

Kalan Chapman Lloyd – 21 May 2015 Continue reading

#Free for your #Kindle, 5/18/2015

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Frankenstein- Sperm Donor Daredevil

Frankenstein: Sperm Donor Daredevil by Thomas Davidson

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Bitter Sweet Love

Bitter Sweet Love by R.C. Stephens 

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IndieView with Jon Ripslinger, author of The Weight of Guilt

Weight of Guilt

 

After reading the story, I thought “I can do that. I know about kids. My wife and I have six of them. I’m a high school teacher surrounded by kids every day. I can do that!” And so I did. But not without tons of failures and rejections. 

Jon Ripslinger – 17 May 2015 Continue reading