(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.
The story of a struggling artist and a Hollywood talent agent who fall into a relationship based on ulterior motives, but find themselves developing feelings for one another.
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Aubrey moves to a new town in a new state when things with her ex-boyfriend turn abusive. When she lays her eyes on sexy bartender, Smith Beckett, she knows she’s in for trouble, and pleasure beyond her wildest dreams.
A valuable art collection disappears turning a treasure-hunting duo into crime-stopping sleuths willing to risk their lives to vindicate family members.
Funny, weird, delightful, THE LAST MA-LOO is an unforgettably eccentric romp through the multiverse.
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
Husband and wife authors discuss their experience with erectile dysfunction and penile implants and offer advice to others.
“Schism” is “Lord of the Flies” on a global scale.
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.
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.