Tag Archives: indie authors

“Gee, I wish I could write a book”

“Gee, I wish I could write a book” by Marcus A. Nannini How many times have you heard that? Naturally you follow up with a question along the line of “So why don’t you?” The responses run the usual gamut … Continue reading

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From the Indie Bookshelves: Top 10 Books of 2015 (at the Halfway Point in the Year)

From the Indie Bookshelves: Top 10 Books of 2015 (at the Halfway Point in the Year) by Patrick Hodges A couple months ago, I wrote a post about how I love doing  book review swaps – and if you don’t … Continue reading

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Self-Publishing vs Small Press

Self-Publishing vs Small Press by Patricia Grady Cox For my recently released novel, Chasm Creek, I pitched to a small press and was offered a contract. The contract stated that I would be responsible for marketing and promotion. More than … Continue reading

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Critical Mass and the Indie Author

Critical Mass and the Indie Author by Diana DeLugan Critical Mass is a nuclear physics term, defined as the smallest mass that supports a nuclear reaction at a sustainable level. When applied to the independent publishing market, indie authors can … Continue reading

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Dog-Eared Pages supports Phoenix’s indie authors

Dog-Eared Pages supports Phoenix’s indie authors by Lori Beasley Bradley I visited a local used book store this week: Dog-Eared Pages, 16428 N. 32nd Street, Phoenix 85032. I had heard about this store and contacted them about carrying my book. … Continue reading

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