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

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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Guest Post: You are my Song by Susan Moore Jordan

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Jamie’s Story The nineteen-fifties. Elvis is wearing Blue Suede Shoes. The Grand Old Opry reigns supreme in Nashville. But in …

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

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Welcome back. Sorry for the delay. I didn’t think it would take this long for installment #3, but then I …

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How to Use Word like Scrivener by Rochelle Deans

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I have Scrivener. I love Scrivener for writing my first draft. But invariably, I move into Word once I begin …

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More About Eli’s Heart Musical Book Signing – Susan Moore Jordan

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More About Eli’s Heart “Musical Book Signing” Music and Books, Take Two A definite perk to writing about music and …

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How to Ready Your Wardrobe for the Holidays by Ginger Burr

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It’s that time again! The tinsel and holly are showing up in every store from the drugstore to the mall …

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Guest Post: Creative Unfocus by Richard Milner

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As a writer, it’s necessary to block out time dedicated solely to the development of the craft. To take a …

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Learn to Add Beautiful Prints to Your Wardrobe and Stop Relying Solely on Solid Colors by Ginger Burr

Ginger Burr

If you’re like many women, you have a mortal fear of prints.  You look in your closet and what greets …

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Guest Post: Odyssey of the Abecedarian, Part 2 by Steve Dullum

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So there I was with what soon developed into an opening paragraph, and by the end of that first night …

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Guest Post: A Note To Young Aspiring Authors by Kevin J. Villeneuve

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Have you ever thought of becoming an author? To be amongst the greats who have worked so diligently to get …

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Guest Post: Jane Austen Variations by Fenella J. Miller

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The Ghosts at Pemberley by Fenella J Miller Jane Austen has been one of my favourite authors since I was …

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Susan Moore Jordan’s Musical Book Signing

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Local author Susan Moore Jordan will host a “musical book signing” on Sunday, November 9, 2014, at 7:00 p.m. at …

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Guest Post: 10 Reasons You Have Too Many Clothes by Ginger Burr

Ginger Burr

Women never come to me and say I want lots of clothes. Nope…never. In fact, more often than not they …

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Guest Post from the guys at @AwfulFantasy

Awful Fantasy

My brother and I are judgemental bastards. In a world of self-publishing, anyone with a beating heart and the internet …

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#Writetip: As writers, we have to be responsible for what we write by Faith Cotter

Faith Cotter

Originally published on her blog, Relics: Creative + Technical Writing I wasn’t going to blog about this. I don’t feel …

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Open Blog Weekend: The Beginner’s Dive into Book Promotion by E. Rawls

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Marketing can seem like a daunting task at first glance, but if you take it step by step and allow …

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Open Blog Weekend: Sex and Dinner by Nicholas Rossis

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“How about sex and dinner?” she asked, her throaty voice sending tingles to play on the fine hairs on his …

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Open Blog Weekend: Self-Publishing Alchemy by Harry Patz, Jr.

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Author of The Naive Guys: A Memoir of Friendship, Love and Tech in the Early 1990s “Everybody says, ‘I should …

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Open Blog Weekend: Anesthetic by Faith Cotter

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There were four things I was absolutely sure that I loved as a teenager: reading, writing, horseback riding, and medicine. …

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Open Blog Weekend: Writing for Social Justice by Kate Robinson

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You don’t write because you want to say something; you write because you’ve got something to say. ::: F. Scott …

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