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

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

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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

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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

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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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Guest Post: The Power of Imagination by Kevin J Villeneuve

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We can all admit that throughout our childhood we consistently surrendered to daydreaming- that time and space where nothing else …

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I’ve Just Published My Book. Now What? by Nicholas Rossis

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I Just Published my Book. Now What? First of all, congratulations! You’re now a published author – and don’t let …

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

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

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[Infographic] Charting the Amazon Associates Ecosystem

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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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Short Story: The Birth of Rumplestiltskin III by Kevin Kauffmann

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Rumplestiltskin III didn’t come into being like the Spectres of the Wretched Keep, coalescing into existence from the silken fog, …

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Guest Post: Pianists and Accompanists by Susan Moore Jordan

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It would be nice to think that the word “accompanist” no longer carries with it the suggestion of a second …

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Guest Post: Odyssey of the Abecedarian by Steve Dullum

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If you’re reading this, then you may be wondering how I ended up with a novel for sale. And if …

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WATCH YOUR BACK, A ROGUISH ANTHOLOGY IS LOOSE

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Blackguards, Assassins, Mercenaries, and Rogues Are Raiding Kickstarter Monday, September 1, 2014—Crestview Hills, KY—After a whirlwind couple of days, Ragnarok …

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Guest Post: My 4 Golden Rules of Writing by Nicholas Rossis

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My 4 Golden Rules of Writing I’ve been wanting to write this post for a while now. The main reason …

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Guest Post: Creating Characters That Drive Your Story by K.C. Berg

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Who doesn’t love a good story?  Through the magic of books, we can witness epic battles, visit faraway lands, and …

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Guest Post: Writing Rebellious by J.L. Murray

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Every writer knows that there is a set of rules we are supposed to adhere to if our books are …

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Guest Post: S.G. Night reports on an incredibly powerful marketing tool for authors

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“Hindsight is 20:20” takes 2nd place (right behind stuff about death-and-taxes) as the world’s truest proverb. We are always a …

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Guest Post: That Joke Isn’t Funny Anymore by Duncan Milne

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Suicide is serious. So is depression. And addiction too. These are issues severe enough to be social conditions not left …

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Guest Post: How exactly does an author write? by V.E. Bystry

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If you are reading this, chances are you consider yourself one of three different kinds of people. One, a writer. …

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Guest Post: The writing endeavours of Byron Edgington

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Since my second book has just gone live on Amazon in paper and digital, it seemed like a good opportunity …

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Guest Post : Frank Bukowski’s Bad Day At The Office 6 *Mature Content*

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“Why should I let the toad work Squat on my life?” The opening couplet from Philip Larkin’s poem ‘Toads’ never …

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