Every Friday I aim to post an interview with an indie author in an attempt to sample the myriad of perspectives out there on indie publishing. How do those on the battlefield perceive the indie revolution? What challenges do they face? And more importantly, what have they got to offer?
Interview with an indie author (Cycle 2)
Now started! If you would like to be featured, please contact me.
1) Tom Abrahams, author of Sedition
2) G G collins, author of Reluctant Medium
Interview with an indie author (Cycle 1)
August – Round up of the ‘interview with an indie author’ series:
Week 1 – Why go indie?
Week 2 – How to influence an indie author?
Week 3 – Would you take a book deal?
Week 4 – Pro’s and con’s of going indie.
1) Eric Diehl, author of Water Harvest
2) John Porter, author of Dirty Littles Stories
3) Brandon Luffman, author of Best Served Hot and Out After Dark
4) Tina Glasneck, author of Thou Shall Not
5) M.R. Cornelius, author of H10N1
6) Deborah J. Hughes, author of Be Still, My Love
7) Anthea Carson, author of The Dark Lake
8) R. Stephenson, author of Collapse
9) Rosemary Lynch, author of Kainan (Deragan Sword Prophecy)
10) J. Naomi Ay, author of The Boy who Lit up the Sky
11) Melissa Love, author of Secret Affair
12) Jeremy Laszlo, author of The Blood and Brotherhood Saga
13) Darlene Jones, author of Empowered and Embattled
14) Emiliana Erriquez, author of Leave Me Alone
15) Whitney Moore, author of Cupcakes and the Centre of the Universe
16) Larissa Hinton, author of Everblossom
17) Elizabeth Baxter, author of Circle Spinner and Other Tales
18) Sarka-Jonae Miller, author of Between Boyfriends
19) David Berger, author of Task Force: Gaea
20) Deanna Lynn Sletten, author of Memories
Some of the best quotes from this series will be featured at indieebooks.co.uk, offering the reader an insight into why a writer might choose to go indie.