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

Interview – Ian Kaye, creator of The Shellies


Self-Publisher’s Showcase: Today we are joined by Ian Kaye, author of the children’s book characters The Shellies. Welcome to the …

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An Interview with SPS founder, Paul Martin

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This article was originally published on Wednesday, September 18, 2013 at the Guiamo Chronicles *** Many times in life, our …

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Short Story: ‘Bob loses his Job’ by Marshall Butch Armstrong


Robert John Anderson was a plain man. He was 5’9″ tall, 165 pounds with medium brown hair trimmed just at …

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Short Story: The Three Vows of Marvenna by T.O. Munro

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Set about 200 years before the events of Lady of the Helm (The first book of Munro’s Bloodline Trilogy), The …

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John Harrison – Destiny Gardens: March 17th – 31st

Destiny Gardens

Destiny Gardens (YA) A disparate group of abandoned kids in the late 1950’s band together for survival in a vacant …

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Guest Post: Hans M Hirschi from the London Author Fair

London Author Fair

When I first received the invitation for the London Author Fair, I hesitated, for just about 0.0437 seconds. Of course …

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Review – An Eye for an Eye for an Eye by Marc Nash

An Eye For An Eye

It’s not too difficult to see the world that we live in falling into a quagmire of warring factions, where …

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Alexandra Amalova – Whatever happened to my teacher: March 16th – 21st


Whatever happened to my teacher? and other educational tales (Erotica) In ‘Whatever happened to my teacher?’ the beauty of Alexandra’s …

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Review – The Call of the Siren by Mark Fleming

It’s a pity other reviewers have made clichés of words such as chilling, thriller, and page-turner, for Mark Fleming’s The …

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Interview – Calvin Bland, poet of Thoughts of a Pure Mind


Self-Publisher’s Showcase: Today we are joined by Calvin Bland, author of Thought of a Pure Mind: Are your thoughts pure? …

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Free tools to help self-publishers track their social media presence

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Social media is a powerful weapon, but sometimes you need hard numbers to get the most out of it. Social …

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Aileen Friedman – Second is Best: March 12th & 13th

Second Is Best

Second is Best (Religion/Romance/YA) From the coastal towns of Warner Beach in Natal to Gordons Bay in the Western Cape …

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Guest Post: David Pedersen at Visioncon 2014


One way I promote myself as an indie author is to attend Science Fiction and Fantasy conventions. Visioncon was the …

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Funding – Kent Burden’s The Modern Day Hunter Gatherer

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Our latest highlighted Funding project, comes courtesy of Kent Burden Start Date: March 9th 2014 Duration: 45 Days End Date: …

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Competition – Win a personalized, signed copy of Time Trap

Time Trap

Author Richard Smith is offering One lucky person a personalized, signed copy of his latest book, Time Trap. Who was …

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Short Story: The Deal by Dean Blake

I met Bernard or Bertrand or whatever his name was at a café in the Valley, the one near the …

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Interview – Author of the Maze Beset Trilogy, Lee French


Self-Publisher’s Showcase: Today we are joined by Lee French, author of Maze Beset trilogy. Welcome to the Showcase, Lee.  For …

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Interview – Author of Puha, J. Bradley Van Tighem


Self-Publisher’s Showcase: Today we are joined by J. Bradley Van Tighem, author of Puha: Book 1 in the Master of …

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Review: Lady of the Helm by T.O. Munro

Lady Of The Helm

Ever since a certain George R.R. decided to separate a lead protagonist’s head from his shoulders there seems to be …

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March’s Featured 5


1. J. Bradley van Tighem, author of PUHA: Book I of the Master of the Wild series J. Bradley Van …

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