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

Blogoff: The ‘Daffy Duck Principle’ of conflict

SelfPublishersShowcase Logo Colours

Being a ‘seat of the pants’ writer, my favourite part of putting stories together is conflict. Because I have no …

Read More

The great, big Showcase Blogoff

SelfPublishersShowcase Logo Colours Thin1

We’re all about new ideas to help authors get the word out about their work. So, with that in mind, …

Read More

This Week at The Showcase

SelfPublishersShowcase Logo Colours Thin1

We’ve made a couple of slight adjustments to our memberships and blog this week, so we thought we’d better fill …

Read More

An announcement

Twitter Header

We are pleased to announce that we have launched our editorial company. The venture, in partnership with author Tim Marquitz, …

Read More

It’s our first (and last) double trouble week!

SelfPublishersShowcase Logo Colours Thin1

We thought that it might be nice to offer up a bit of a special, completely out of the blue. …

Read More

Featured 5 Authors: August 2015

SelfPublishersShowcase Logo Colours

Our top 5 visited Author pages for July were: TOP PROFILE – Darian Wigfall, author of A Dying Breed: Bright …

Read More

Featured 5 Resources: August 2015

SelfPublishersShowcase Logo Colours

Our top 5 visited Resources pages for July were: TOP RESOURCE – Pro Writing Aid Improve the readability and clarity …

Read More

50% off Basic Membership for the whole of June!

SelfPublishersShowcase Logo Colours

That’s right! For June only join us on our Basic Membership package for as little as a one-off payment of …

Read More

The launch of our sister site

IBB Header

We have kept it quiet until now. But we can’t do it any longer – we are pleased to announce …

Read More

Open Blog Weekend: An Overview

Open Blog Weekend

Our first Open Blog Weekend has been all that we hoped for, and more! If you missed any of the …

Read More

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

Open Blog Weekend

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

Read More

Open Blog Weekend: Sex and Dinner by Nicholas Rossis

Open Blog Weekend

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

Read More

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

Open Blog Weekend

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

Read More

Open Blog Weekend: Anesthetic by Faith Cotter

Open Blog Weekend

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

Read More

Open Blog Weekend: Writing for Social Justice by Kate Robinson

Open Blog Weekend

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

Read More

Open Blog Weekend: Don’t Crack Under Pressure by Jan M. Leotti

Open Blog Weekend

Part I: Your Publishing Team Assembling a publishing team for your first novel is a daunting task, but once you’ve …

Read More

Open Blog Weekend: Ambition by Sue Millard

Open Blog Weekend

March 1838 It was a cheerless wet morning down at Woodside Ferry. The drifting drizzle was so thick it was …

Read More

Open Blog Weekend: I always knew I wanted to be a writer; I had no idea I was going to be a publisher by Richard Watt

Open Blog Weekend

We live in a remarkable time for the publishing industry. As traditional publishers merge and traditional booksellers struggle to stay …

Read More

Open Blog Weekend: Online Dating Sucks, Chapter 10 by John Gavin

Open Blog Weekend

My columns are written for all my readers – usually. But sometimes I get a little personal (and a little …

Read More

Open Blog Weekend: Would you mind if I left now? by Tom Palfirey

Open Blog Weekend

I’m going to broach a subject now and I’d like if before I do you put down any sharp objects …

Read More

Page 3 of 5«12345»