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Interview with an indie author – G G Collins

Why go indie? Why not go indie? I worked at a traditional book publisher and observed the way writers were treated. Even solicited manuscripts would sit around in stacks for months. Much of the time they were never read. One … Continue reading

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New Season! Interview with an indie author – Tom Abrahams

Why go indie? I decided to publish independently because I was frustrated with the traditional route.  I figured I could let my book sit and gather dust, or I could put it out there for the world (or at least … Continue reading

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Interview with an indie author (Deanna Lynn Sletten)

In the last of this series…  Deanna Lynn Sletten, author of Memories; Widow, Virgin, Whore; and Outlaw Heroes If you were trapped on a desert island, and a magical talking stork could bring you one book (not yours) which would … Continue reading

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Interview with an indie author (David Berger)

David Berger, author of Task Force: Gaea If you were trapped on a desert island, and a magical talking stork could bring you one book (not yours) which would it be? Lord of the Rings (assuming a trilogy could be … Continue reading

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Interview with an indie author (Sarka-Jonae Miller)

Sarka-Jonae Miller, author of Between Boyfriends If you were trapped on a desert island, and a magical talking stork could bring you one book (not yours) which would it be? Well first I’d ask the stork to bring me a … Continue reading

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Interview with an indie author (Elizabeth Baxter)

Elizabeth Baxter, author of Circle Spinner and Other Tales If you were trapped on a desert island, and a magical talking stork could bring you one book (not yours) which would it be? The Lord of The Rings (omnibus edition … Continue reading

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Interview with an indie author (Larissa Hinton)

Larissa Hinton, author of Everblossom: A Short Story and Poetry Anthology If you were trapped on a desert island, and a magical talking stork could bring you one book (not yours) which would it be? Gosh, only one!? I guess … Continue reading

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Interview with an indie author (Whitney Moore)

Whitney Moore, author of Cupcakes and the Centre of the Universe If you were trapped on a desert island, and a magical talking stork could bring you one book (not yours) which would it be? I just went to a … Continue reading

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Interview with an indie author (Emiliana Erriquez)

Emiliana Erriquez, author of Leave Me Alone. If you were trapped on a desert island, and a magical talking stork could bring you one book (not yours) which would it be? I think it would be A Man by Oriana Fallaci … Continue reading

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Interview with an indie author (Darlene Jones)

Darlene Jones, author of Empowered  If you were trapped on a desert island, and a magical talking stork could bring you one book (not yours) which would it be? Oh man! Just one! That’s cruel. I’d probably want an old … Continue reading

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