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IndieView: Joseph Robert Lewis, author of, “Heirs of Mars”

Cover for Heirs Of Mars, by author, Joseph Robert Lewis

Joseph Robert Lewis was a great interview. He’s a good example of the new generation of Indie Authors putting out quality work. His ethos and professionalism are impeccable, as is the book. Oh, yeah, it’s a great story too! If classic sci-fi is your thing, or you just love a good story with interesting characters and a cool plot, then this one’s for you.

“Indie publishing is just like industry publishing. A handful of people will skyrocket to wealth and notoriety, partly by talent and partly by luck, but most of us will just grind away with small audiences and small profits, if any. The benefit, however, is that there is no gatekeeper preventing you from trying.” – Joseph Robert Lewis ~ 1 Nov 2010


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IndieView: Zoe Winters, author of, “Blood Lust”

Cover for Blood Lust, by author, Zoe Winters

The name Zoe Winters will be familiar to many in the Indie book circles. Zoe writes  paranormal romance and returns after a brief sabbatical from internet life to give us this exclusive interview in which she threatens my life, tells me about her book, writing methods, and her take on Indie Publishing.

“I write for myself first and my audience second. So basically an ideal reader is someone who likes the stuff I like… I tell the stories I have to tell and hope that there are enough readers out there who enjoy them” – Zoe Winters ~ 1 Nov 2010

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IndieView: Wanda Shapiro, author of, “Sometimes That Happens With Chicken”

Cover of Sometimes That Happens With Chicken

For the first IndieView I’m happy to introduce you to Wanda Shapiro, author of, Sometimes That Happens With Chicken.

About the book:
What is the book about?

Sometimes That Happens With Chicken is a literary novel with a large cast of characters whose lives become inextricably intertwined due to the life choices of a complete stranger. It’s set in the Village in New York City with historical threads reaching from Texas to Saudi Arabia. Continue reading