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Celebrating Indie Authors on Indie Author Day

Today is Indie Author Day. If you know an author, chances are they are an independent author. Just in case you’re wondering, here’s the definition of an indie author from the Alliance of Independent Authors (ALLi). ALLi defines an independent … Continue reading

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“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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