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henry-mosquera's picture
Jan.20.2014
Randy Malamud  Regents' Professor Of English, Georgia State University Prepare for the worst and hope for the best, I tell my students. Books will probably be gone in a decade, though if we ask politely we may be permitted to keep the ones we already own; après nous le deluge. A brave new...
christopher-meeks's picture
Jan.15.2014
A few years ago, I discovered the blog tour, a way to get one's new book seen and talked about. My novel Blood Drama had its first tour last June when the book was published, and next month, February, Partners in Crime will take it on a tour. The following came from Laurie Jenkins' interview of me...
henry-mosquera's picture
Jan.13.2014
It only takes five books to see what all of the fuss is about. by David Vinjamuri Want to understand self-publishing?  It only takes five books to see what all of the fuss is about. Dust by Hugh Howey Howey made a million dollars on his own before he signed with a traditional publisher. His...
henry-mosquera's picture
Jan.06.2014
How Writers Used Free Tools to Get Their Books Noticed By Heidi Mitchell The popular saying that everyone has a book in them has never been truer, as the much-heralded rise of self-publishing—and companies dedicated to editing, printing and promoting books—has put the power to publish at people'...
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Dec.18.2013
International best selling thriller writer Allan Topol is my guest on today’s “A Book and a Chat” chatting about his latest his Craig Page thriller The Russian Endgame, the third and final book in trilogy that includes “The Spanish Revenge” and “The China Gambit”. Allan is one of the best thriller...
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Dec.12.2013
An excellent crime thriller. About the book: Max Larkin and Je Fairlane are the top two detectives in Rockton Illinois. In Lies to Die for, the second book in the Max Larkin Detective series, they are in pursuit of a killer that is branding letters into the victim’s bodies. Is it someone the...
henry-mosquera's picture
Dec.09.2013
By IR Staff Only about one-third of self-published authors surveyed stated that they would consider a traditional book deal.* From today’s GoodeReader… In a standing room only panel presentation at CONTEC, a fact that is very telling about how the traditional publishing industry is beginning to...
sheila-english's picture
Dec.06.2013
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susan-keefe's picture
Dec.02.2013
New Release - A gripping crime thriller.   About the Book: His focus is on solving the murders—until the unthinkable happens…  Recently widowed, Austin Police Detective Jason Scarsdale works to solve the murders of two pedophiles, while trying to be both mother and father to his five...
henry-mosquera's picture
Dec.02.2013
by David Vinjamuri For traditionally-published authors, the consistent advice from agents and publishers is “Don’t quit your day job.” That’s not the case with an increasing number of indies. The below post is an excerpt from Understanding Self-Publishing: 2013, a 46 page article that includes the...