Feb 09, 2016
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Panayotis Cacoyannis on “Bowl of Fruit (1907)”

I’m sure that like all books, good and bad, Bowl of Fruit (1907) will mean different things to different people. For me it’s a tale about identity, authenticity and the unpredictability of life.

EMMYNATION

Emmy Nation - Undercover Suffragette

L. Davis Munro

Rating:  star star star star star 

SELFIE

Selfie-Facing

John Branning

Rating:  star star star star star 

NEWMONEY

New Money: Staying Rich

Phillip Buchanon

Rating:  star star star star star 

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Tips  |    |  February 8, 2016

How to Overcome Your Procrastination and Finish Writing Your Book – Part Two

6 More Tips to Help Get Your Manuscript Finished and OTD (Out the Door)


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FAB
IR Book Review  |  February 8, 2016

A world where John Lennon plays the politician in: FAB by Mark Gillespie

Rating:  star star star star star 

In an alternate history, John Lennon enters politics after his assassination is thwarted, leading to unexpected consequences.


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Alike But Indie  |    |  February 3, 2016

If You Liked “The Pioneer Woman Cooks: Dinnertime”, You’ll LOVE…

Choosing an indie (cook) book can be hard. We’re here to help.


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EVANGELICAL
IR Book Review  |  February 4, 2016

Sharing the beliefs and perspectives in: THE EVANGELICAL EXPERIENCE by Anthony Coleman

Rating:  star star star star star 

A former Evangelical Christian gives his experiences with the movement, and explains the beliefs and perspectives of those within it.


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the artful
All About the Book  |    |  February 2, 2016

Barbara de la Cuesta on her book “The Artful Lodger”

I love women’s stories. Their lives can become so absurd, their heroism so unlike a man’s…


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JOURNEY
IR Book Review  |  February 4, 2016

Short stories with lasting effects in: JOURNEYS OFF THE ROAD by Alan Hilfiker

Rating:  star star star star star 

In JOURNEYS OFF THE ROAD, Hilfiker offers a motley collection of short stories whose focus ranges from World War II Germany to man’s relationship with nature.


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Indie 101  |    |  February 1, 2016

How to Overcome Your Procrastination and Finish Writing Your Book – Part One

7 tips to help you get that manuscript finished and OTD (Out the Door)


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IR Book Review  |  February 4, 2016

Claustrophobia and what happens when amateurs delve into the world of illegal real estate transactions in: SHOCK TREATMENT by Gene Caffrey

Rating:  star star star star star 

Claustrophobia is the least of Owen Delaney’s problems when he’s asked to help a friend of a friend wrap up a dead woman’s affairs.


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Indie Voice  |    |  January 29, 2016

You Think Politicians Distort the Facts? Take a Look at What Douglas Preston Recently Said!

The 6 Part Process to Successfully Self-Pubbing Your Book, 5 Things Authors Need to Understand About Cover Design, A New Tool That Helps You Keep Track of Your Income + more in this week’s round-up


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WELKNER
IR Book Review  |  February 4, 2016

Advanced computer technology used in gambling turns from wealth to a nightmare in: U.S. VS WELKNER by Sonny Hayes

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Siblings take gambling to a whole new level when they realize they can use a time advanced satellite system to make mega bucks.


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All About the Book  |    |  January 26, 2016

J.A. Carter-Winward on “Grind”

You won’t find any velvet blindfolds, latex and leather or furry handcuffs in this book. What you will find is a stark examination of relationships, control, money, power and sex, all culminating into a shocking climax that changes each of their lives.


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IR Book Review  |  February 3, 2016

Humorous personal essays reveal the traumas and triumphs of growing older in: 53 IS THE NEW 38 – Tales of Indignity and Middle Age by Michael Anthony Turpin

Rating:  star star star star star 

In more than two dozen short personal essays, Turpin offers his quirky take on parenting, weight control, surgery, grey hair, birthdays, dentistry, college life, brothers, and other topics related to daily life.


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