Highlighting the best independent publications in fiction and non-fiction. Your new favorite author is right here.

Guest Post: Reaching for the stars by Kevin J. Villeneuve

Stars

Have you ever taken the time to stare into the night sky and actually feel into it? It’s at that …

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Guest Post: A look inside an agent’s head by Frank Bukowski

The Football Agent

Take a look inside a football agent’s head and prepare to be scared, very scared “Rich Dinero is the world’s …

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Back to the Nineteen-Fifties

Susan Moore Jordan E1402095826346

Time Travel All three of the novels I have written (You Are My Song, Eli’s Heart, How I Grew Up) …

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William Shakespeare’s Birthday by Martin Baum

Shakespeare

Some are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon them. These words written by William Shakespeare …

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Guest Post: Kevin J. Villeneuve’s Sci-fi Learning – Young Readers and the Environment

Sci Fi Learning

Environmentalism is a topic that has been fairly mainstream in world media for the past two decades. With technology progressing …

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Guest Post: Steve Dullum’s Odyssey of the Abecedarian – Part Four

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For anyone who missed Part Three you can find it here Hi, it’s me again. Time to wrap up this …

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Guest Post: Making Time To Write by Eileen Granfors

Eileen Granfors

People have asked me how I manage to read so many books. They don’t realize that reading is only one …

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Guest Post: Tony Russell – Commons People: Your life in their hands

Tony Russell

When I interviewed a group of MPs for my first book Commons People – MPs are Human Too, I wanted …

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Guest Post: 3 Tips for Developing a Daily Writing Habit by Kevin Tumlinson

Kevin Tumlinson

Good writing is about two things: Persistence and making up a second thing as you go. I’m not the only …

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Surviving a Genre-Identity Crisis: What I’ve Learned as a Virgin Author by JC Stockli

Jc Stockli

I can say with firm conviction that I never thought I’d write a book, much less self-publish. It just happened. …

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Guest Post: Organizing Your Writing Work Day by Paul Travis

Paul Travis

As writers it’s very easy to say we have a full agenda each day…right? Either we are crafting, promoting, researching, …

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Guest Post: Mea Culpa (Trilogy Writing) by Eileen Granfors

Error

First-hand experience may be the best teacher, but I hope this blog post will save other writers from the mistakes …

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Guest Post: The Importance of Editing by Gabby Weiss

Editing

Self publishing authors have this in common: they need an editor. If there were one piece of advice I’d give …

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Guest Post: In Search of Character by Karen Long

Character

I am a great fan of the HBO series, ‘Autopsy’, which focuses on strange deaths and the purveyors thereof…One of …

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Guest Post: Creating Compelling Titles by Dale Vande Griend

Dalevandegriend

From the writing and work I’ve done creating videos, I’ve found out that a great title is something that often …

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What Inspires Me? by Morgan

Morgan

What Inspires me? What lights the candle of my imagination and sets the flame burning high? What is it that …

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Guest Post: Do you need a vacation? by Deanna Kahler

Deanna Disc

Pack your bags. It’s time for a little trip. You won’t need any money. In fact, where you’re going, you …

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Guest Post: 5 Ways to Use a Book to Build Your Business by Kevin Tumlinson

Kevin Tumlinson

For most of my author coaching clients, and for listeners of the Self Publishing Answers Podcast, the biggest motivation for …

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Guest Post: The Writing Life by Kristine Blenkhorn Rodriguez

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When you’re a writer, people seem to feel you must be bohemian enough to accept them asking you anything. Or …

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Guest Post: Five Advantages of Having a Co-Author by Karen Harris and Lori Caskey-Sigety

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Writing is often a lonely endeavor. Hollywood paints stereotypical images of writers as tormented, hermits who sequester themselves in crowded …

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