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

Surviving a Genre-Identity Crisis: What I’ve Learned as a Virgin Author by JC Stockli

Jc Stockli

I can say with firm conviction that I never thought I’d write a book, much less self-publish. It just happened. …

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Interview – Tony Whelpton, author of Billy’s War

Tony Whelpton

Self-Publisher’s Showcase: Today we are joined by Tony Whelpton, author of Billy’s War. Welcome to the Showcase Lounge, Tony. Tony …

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FREE: Tony Whelpton’s Billy’s War: March 8th-9th

Billys War

Billy’s War (Literary Fiction) Billy’s War is the story of little Billy Frecknall. The date was Thursday 8 May 1941. …

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Guest Post: Organizing Your Writing Work Day by Paul Travis

Paul Travis

As writers it’s very easy to say we have a full agenda each day…right? Either we are crafting, promoting, researching, …

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Baum By The Sea

“It pays to be as frugal with your money as it is with your word count” In these austere times …

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Scott Michael Decker – Edifice Abandoned

Edifice Abandoned

Edifice Abandoned (Science Fiction/Fantasy/Paranormal) Inbound on an interstellar flight, Archeologist Nosuma Okande sees far more ancient sites to excavate on …

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Florence Osmund – Regarding Anna

Regarding Anna

Regarding Anna (Literary Fiction/Commercial Fiction) After recovering from the shock of her parents perishing in a tragic accident, Grace Lindroth …

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Alicia Quigley – An Indecent Charade

An Indecent Charade

An Indecent Charade: Letitia’s After Dark Regency Romance (Historical Romance) Will passion revive her long-suffering heart or will she be …

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Home Workout

HOME WORKOUT CIRCUIT TRAINING: 6 week exercise band workout & bodyweight training for fat loss, strength and muscle tone (Self-Help/Health …

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Write By The Sea

“Agents are like principles; only worth having if you can afford them” Although it’s prestigious having somebody to take responsibility …

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Experts built the Titanic, amateurs built the Ark!

Write By The Sea

Considering how many books there are written by self-professed experts on how to get a publishing deal, be signed to …

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Review – Worse Than Dead from Stephen Puleston

Worse Than Dead

A ferry leaves Dublin…The chief engineer lies dead on the car deck …There’s a killer on board… Inspector Drake is …

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Review: Susan O’Neill’s Calling New Dehli For Free

Calling ND

There really is something quite beautiful in knowing that someone can find humour in this dark world of ours, and …

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Guest Post: Mea Culpa (Trilogy Writing) by Eileen Granfors


First-hand experience may be the best teacher, but I hope this blog post will save other writers from the mistakes …

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Guest Post: The Importance of Editing by Gabby Weiss


Self publishing authors have this in common: they need an editor. If there were one piece of advice I’d give …

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Guest Post: In Search of Character by Karen Long


I am a great fan of the HBO series, ‘Autopsy’, which focuses on strange deaths and the purveyors thereof…One of …

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Ilyan Kei Lavanway – Dreams of the Last Days: Where are all the Stars?

Dreams Of The Last Days Where Are All The Stars

Dreams of the Last Days: Where are all the Stars?(Non-Fiction, Religion, Post-apocalyptic, Supernatural, Paranormal) Glowing spacecraft hovering silently. Low frequency …

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Guest Post: Creating Compelling Titles by Dale Vande Griend


From the writing and work I’ve done creating videos, I’ve found out that a great title is something that often …

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Short Story: Why The Bear Will Never Dance by Kneel Downe

An Owls Tale

“We must gather wood soon.” Said Owl. “For the night draws in….but first. Another Tale…” Amelia moved Frog from his …

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What Inspires Me? by Morgan


What Inspires me? What lights the candle of my imagination and sets the flame burning high? What is it that …

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