(Very!) Early Self-Pubbed SciFi Book, Does Amazon Really Put Customers First?, JK Rowling Self-Pubbed Patronus Test Keeps ‘Harry Potter’ Marketing Alive + more in this week’s round-up
Redfall is a speculative dystopian fiction about a sweeping global conspiracy, designed to bring down society and send us back to the Stone Age.
Husband and wife authors discuss their experience with erectile dysfunction and penile implants and offer advice to others.
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A valuable art collection disappears turning a treasure-hunting duo into crime-stopping sleuths willing to risk their lives to vindicate family members.
Phillip Cornell has a simple story to tell: at his mother’s instigation, he and his relatives will take a weekend road trip to Memphis for a family barbecue/reunion.
Book Readers Live Longer, Kickstarter kicks traditional publishing’s ass, Americans Still Love Libraries (Especially the Books), Amazon dominates 9what else is new) + more in this week’s round-up
Adams ruminates on life and what it means to love a child as much as a biological parent, even without the biological connection.
“Schism” is “Lord of the Flies” on a global scale.
Two billionaire playboys engage in a high stakes pissing contest while the women in their lives attempt damage control.
September is National Hispanic Heritage Month and we at IR thought we’d celebrate by sharing some of our favorite titles by self-pubbed (or previously self-pubbed), Hispanic authors.
A young man comes of age under the tutelage of his astrologer uncle, but must decide whether or not to follow him on his quest to prove astrology’s scientific validity.