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Guest Post: Six Failproof Tips Guaranteed to get you signed by a Literary Agent. Probably. By Richard Hennerley

R Hennerley

In the days when I (naively) still entertained hope that a literary agent somewhere might be interested in my work …

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Short Story: The Old Man by Marshall Armstrong


The old man held up a finger, looked at it curiously, licked it and held it up higher into the …

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Review: Kyle Freelander’s Facing The Tide

Facing The Tide

Seventeen year old Becca and her best friend Lanie did everything together, typical teenagers with a shared adoration of horse-riding …

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[Infographic] Charting the Amazon Associates Ecosystem

Charting Amazon Associates1

For most self-published authors, using Amazon’s publishing platform is the best choice. However, many authors don’t take full advantage of …

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Hans M. Hirschi – The Fallen Angels of Karnataka

Fallen Angels

The Fallen Angels of Karnataka (Literary Fiction/LGBT/Romance) In an isolated mountain town in Norway, Haakon dreams of traveling the world, …

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Review – Mary Burton King’s Beatrice Belladonna’s Black Magic Web

Black Magic Web

13 years ago Beatrice Belladonna Joyce Watley Harlow was convicted of seven counts of murder. However four years into her …

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FREE: Huw Langridge’s The Train Set: September 17th-21st


The Train Set (Supernatural) Ghosts haunt our railways. Sinister seaside towns lurk at the end of branch-lines not visible on …

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FREE: Alexandra Amalova’s Literal Fantasies: September 17th-21st

Literal Fantasies (Erotica) Harry, heartbroken and newly single, turns to the Internet for solace. A chat room exchange inspires him …

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Review – Erika Dakin’s The Conspiracy

Theft And Sorcery 2 The Conspiracy

There is no room for love at the royal court. There is only intrigue and political manoeuvring. For Veysita, a …

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Jennifer Lang Boehl – Holly Bristol: Spirit Hunter

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Holly Bristol: Spirit Hunter (Young Adult) Holly Bristol: Spirit Hunter is the first novel in a brand new series that …

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Interview – G.L. Ross, author of the Flyboy Trilogy


Self-Publisher’s Showcase: Today we are joined by G.L. Ross, author of Turbulent Passions: Book 1 in the Flyboy trilogy and …

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Review – Robert Parker’s Apex


Apex is an old school spy/adventure novel by self published author Robert Parker and, once you start reading, you just …

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G.L. Ross – Burning Desire: The Flyboy Trilogy, book II

Burning Desire

Burning Desire: The Flyboy Trilogy, book II (Romance/Erotica/Chick Lit) Captain Lance Miller has finally discovered and captured the Goddess of …

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June J. McInerney – Rainbow In The Sky

Rainbow In The Sky

Rainbow In The Sky (fiction/contemporary women/romance) From the author of “Forty-Thirty”, “The Basset Chronicles”, as well as numerous children’s musicals, …

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G.L. Ross – A Rose Has Thorns

A Rose Has Thorns

A Rose Has Thorns (Romance/Western) Graham Gaskin and March Ranch have met their match with a feisty, Texas red-head, with …

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Interview – Kristin Hoepfl, author of My Missing Puzzle Piece

Kristin Hoepfl

Self-Publisher’s Showcase: Today we are joined by Kristin Hoepfl, author of My Missing Puzzle Piece. Welcome to the Showcase Lounge, …

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Review – Suzanne Whitfield Vince’s The Many Lives Of June Crandall

June Crandall

The debut novel from Suzanne Whitfield Vince is the story of Grace Adams. We follow her journey from being abandoned …

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Interview – Doyle E. Duke at Blaze Radio

Doyle Duke

Showcase author Doyle E. Duke was recently interviewed by Mary Doss at Blaze Radio. Mr. Doyle E. Duke whom I …

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Mark Binmore – Now Is Not The Time For Trumpets


Now is Not the Time for Trumpets (Memoirs) Full length debut novel, a fictionalized retrospective, part interview, part biographical about …

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Mark Binmore – Ember Asleep

Ember Asleep

Ember Asleep (Poetry) The journey of winter continues…prose, some written as songs; feel free to add music and mix. Some …

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