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

Interview – An African War author M.W. Duncan

M.W. Duncan

Self Publisher’s Showcase: Please welcome to the Showcase Lounge M. W. Duncan. M. W. Duncan: Thanks for having me. I’m …

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Guest Post: Ants on Everest by James Fox

James Fox

Ants on Everest: Why Indie Authors need to show each other the ways to top sales. Hi I’m James Fox. …

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Review – Shadow of the Drill, by Rhani D’Chae

Shadow Of The Drill

If you need a badass call Decker. Pour a tall glass of Steve McQueen’s Bullitt into the body of Sly …

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Review – GUIAMO by Marshall Best

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Behold the son of Mars comes! In 60 B.C., ten-year-old Guiamo Durmius Stolo, an exceptionally gifted Roman orphan, is abandoned …

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Interview – Fantasy author David J. Pedersen

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Self-Publisher’s Showcase: Today we are joined in the Showcase Lounge by the author of fantasy novels Angst and Buried in …

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Guest Post: Twitter. A double-edged sword by Kneel Downe

Kneel Downe

Twitter. A double-edged sword where reality is taken as fantasy and what’s false is taken as gospel. It’s hard sometimes …

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Short Story – Insider Trading by Aaron Safronoff (*Mature Content*)

Insider Trading

Insider Trading “How was the show tonight?” Vanessa stood casually behind the bar making a drink for herself. She was …

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Richard A. Lester – The Check Out

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Failing grocery store manager Larry Prescott just wants a quickie. With a frigid wife waiting at home, Larry decides to …

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Interview – The Check Out author Richard A. Lester

Richard Lester

Self-Publisher’s Showcase: A big, warm welcome to the Showcase Lounge, writer and filmmaker Richard A. Lester. Richard A. Lester: Thank …

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Introducing Self-Publisher’s Showcase at The Cult Den

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So we have been referring to a link-up for a little while now… We are pleased to finally now be …

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We have our winners!

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Some things, when combined, are simply destined to be classics – like peanut butter and jelly or Han Solo and …

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Interview – Australian poetess Vicki Case

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Self-Publisher’s Showcase: Please welcome to the Showcase Lounge, the talented Australian writer and poetess, Vicki Case. So Vicki, wasting no …

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Interview – Marshall Best author of the Guiamo Durmius Stolo Chronicles

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Self-Publisher’s Showcase: Hello, and Welcome to the Showcase Lounge, Marshall Best – Author of 4 Guiamo Durmius Stolo novels about …

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Interview – Aaron Safronoff, author of Spire

Aaron Safronoff

Self-Publisher’s Showcase: Today in The Showcase Lounge, author of Science-Fiction novels Spire and Fallen Spire and poetic story Evening Breezes, …

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Guest Post: Taxing Times for Self-Publishers by Tim Bedford

Tim Bedford

Tax may not be an issue that many writers want to spend their valuable time dealing with but as we …

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Poets of the Apocalypse – Zombie Haiku Competition

Zombies

Create a zombie-themed haiku and enter to win a zombie prize pack! Entry Dates: July 15 – July 29 (Finishes …

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Interview – VIRULENTBLURB:FRACTURES author Kneel Downe

Kneel Downe

Self-Publisher’s Showcase: Welcome today to the Lounge, Science-Fiction prose author Kneel Downe. Kneel Downe: Great to be here. SPS: Let’s …

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Those Poor, Poor Bastards by Marquitz, Martin and Soward

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In 1868, Nina Weaver and her pa, Lincoln, came down out of the Sierra Nevada to trade at Coburn Station, …

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Interview – ‘Dead West’ Co-Creator J.M. Martin

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“A Rip-Snortin’, Ace-High addition to the walking buzzard-food genre.  Marquitz, Martin and Soward have a hit series on their hands! …

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Kevin Allen – Consensual

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When Boston detective, Mark Morrison inherits a murder case he gets more than he thought he would. Follow the detective …

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