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Where to Self-Pub & Why it Matters

Know Your Rights, Happy (Almost) Birthday IR! New Year, New Words (Vape?) + more in this week’s round-up


Dublin in the Rain

Andrew Critchley

Rating:  star star star star star 


The Wanderer’s Children

L.G. O'Connor

Rating:  star star star star star 

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The Saeshell Book of Time

Rusty Biesele

Rating:  star star star star star 

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Giftt Guide  |    |  December 18, 2014

IR’s Gift Guide for 2014

7 Gorgeous Quirky Indies Titles for Everyone on Your List

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IR Book Review  |  December 15, 2014

Passing Through Perfect by Bette Lee Crosby

Rating:  star star star star star 

Set in the 1950′s, PASSING THROUGH PERFECT is the story of Benjamin’s and his family’s struggle to live in a world that looks down on them for the color of their skin. When one of their own is killed in a hit and run and the justice system refuse to convict the white man responsible, the family must rely on their faith to try and build a new life for themselves in the North.

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News  |    |  December 17, 2014

eBook Piracy: Can You Say “Yo Ho Ho?”

Kindle Direct Publishing gives writers the option to apply DRM – or not – when they upload a book. Smashwords doesn’t support DRM at all.

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IR Book Review  |  December 10, 2014

Ephemeral by Richard Bard

Rating:  star star star star star 

A family on the run must face down a man in search of revenge, and a plot to take over the world’s computer networks.

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First Edition: Indie Style  |    |  December 16, 2014

Gail McHugh’s Steamy Romances “Collide” and “Pulse”

Since many 1st editions fetch big sums at auction, IR takes a closer look at originally self-pubbed titles with traditionally published make-overs

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IR Book Review  |  December 10, 2014

The Reality Master by PM Pillon

Rating:  star star star star star 

Ten-year-old Joey Blake can’t wait to go camping again with his grandpa Karl in nearby Big Sur, California. But while hiking in the area, a gleaming light leads to the discovery of a strange stone with the power to change reality.

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News  |    |  December 15, 2014

Why E-Books Shouldn’t Be the Only Game in Town

“These three services [CreateSpace, Ingram Spark and KDP] prove that authors know that marketing their books purely online is foolhardy, and it is critically important to get their titles into bookstores.”

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IR Book Review  |  December 10, 2014

Sector 64: Ambush by Dean M. Cole

Rating:  star star star star star 

In the pre-dawn hours over the Mojave Desert, 2 F-22 fighters take off from Nellis AFB and climb into the darkness headed for the Nevada Testing Range. The fighters are on a routine training mission but as they approach Area 51, they are intercepted by a large and unrecognizable craft

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The Twelve Days of Indie Christmas  |    |  December 15, 2014

The Twelve Days of Indie Christmas

You know the carol. And unless you’ve holed up at home and put a pillow over your head, you’ve probably heard it a thousand times this holiday season – all twelve verses.

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IR Book Review  |  December 8, 2014

Everlast by Richard Bard

Rating:  star star star star star 

A man who once saved the world from alien technology must now save his family from a vengeful maniac and the machinations of a greedy businessman.

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Indie Voice  |    |  December 12, 2014

IR’s Best Books of 2014

Are launch parties worth it, J.K. Rowling goes indie for the holidays, 25 gifts for under $25 + more in this week’s round-up.

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IR Book Review  |  December 8, 2014

Henry First: A Story of Excess by Basil Lawrence

Rating:  star star star star star 

How far would you be willing to go for fame, success, and immortality? Would you die for it? Kill for it? More importantly, what would you cook for it?

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