Tag Archives: M.R. Cornelius

How to influence an indie author?

Who were the influential players in the current indie author movement?  The writers who inspired this current generation of writers?    In this bout at least I’d argue that Stephen King reigns triumphant… but that’s from a varied mix of … Continue reading

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H10 N1, by M.R. Cornelius

I can be a tad morbid – I like the post-apocalyptic slant on a story and I’m not always so much interested in how the world got there, but what happens next.  For example, a couple of my favourite books … Continue reading

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Interview with an indie author (Marsha Cornelius)

Marsha Cornelius, author of H10 N1 If you were trapped on a desert island, and a magical talking stork could bring you one book (not yours) which would it be? You scared me there for a second with that magical … Continue reading

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