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henry-mosquera's picture
Sep.16.2013
As Amazon tears down the gates around literary culture, even independents are caught in the crossfire by Richard Lea   Perched on the end of a panel filled with writers who are throwing off the shackles of conventional publishing, surrounded by Kindle enthusiasts of every...
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Sep.16.2013
Commuters and visitors travelling on the New York Subway are being entertained by the exploits of the rugged and flawed British detective  DI Andy Horton as four of my crime novels circle the New York Subway. Tide of Death, the first in the DI Horton series, Deadly Waters, the second DI...
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Sep.15.2013
Media Release FIREFALL  JH Bográn A missing child. An international ring of ruthless thieves. A devastated man. New York City firefighter, Sebastian Martin, seeks sanctuary in spiralling alcoholic oblivion following the loss of his wife and child in an air crash. Consumed by rage and...
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Sep.13.2013
The international collaboration of NATO,  and its convoluted connections to world events, allow a lot of leeway in plotting a thriller. I wend my way from northern Canada to New York to Istanbul with barely a thought. I currently am leaving Gibraltar and am aiming for a climax in Hong Kong. It...
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Sep.12.2013
  When first considered, the word research has the tendencies to bring back memories of school projects or bring to mind a non-fiction author carefully reviewing notes as they compile their next work. However, research is not for the non-fiction oriented alone. The old adage “write what you...
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Sep.12.2013
My guest on today’s "A Book and a Chat” is writer, journalist, newscaster, on-air reporter, executive film producer and author of her recently published book "Gem City Gypsy"… Kristin Kuhns Alexandre. Kristin has been writing since she was a 16-year-old as a newspaper feature writer for The...
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Sep.09.2013
Christiana Miller Novelist, TV Writer and mom When you first enter the world of indie-publishing, things can get confusing, fast. The learning curve is steep. And now that companies have realized how lucrative it can be, self-publishing and vanity imprints are springing up like wild mushrooms,...
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Sep.02.2013
By Alanna Brown, a LuxEcoLiving Advocate, creator of Brown House Online, and author of Moonpennies John Locke broke an independent publishing record in 2011. He was the first indie author, and only the eighth author ever, to sell more than one million copies of his books on Kindle. How'd he do it...
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Aug.26.2013
by Rachel Smalter Late last week, The Wall Street Journal reported that, even as print publishing continues to shrink, audiobook publishing is exploding. “Pretty much everybody has an audio book player in their pocket” points out Hachette Audio VP Anthony Goff, and audiobook sales have doubled...
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Aug.20.2013
Havana Lost has launched at last. Feedback has started to roll in. And I’m fascinated by how many readers say they are ‘disturbed’ by Frankie Pacelli’s transformation from a young vulnerable likeable girl into—well (spoiler alert averted), what she ultimately became. My response? She had to. When...