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Amy Billone on her IRDA Winning “The Light Changes”

A memoir which centers around an attempted suicide beneath the wheels of a train and the effort to find truth and beauty and meaning and success and revelation in the aftermath of this traumatic event…


When Love Speaks

Maha Khalid

Rating: ★★½☆☆ 


Flight of the Tarantula Hawk

Michael Allan Scott

Rating: ★★★★★ 


PsyBot: A Novel of the Near Future

Norwick Gray

Rating: ★★★☆☆ 

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Half Price Books launches a contest, the Amazon-Hachette feud drags on, free New all summer + more in this week’s roundup

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50 Shades of “You No Longer Need to Imagine”

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Howey: Indie Books Overtake Big 5 in Total Dollars

“Mathematical quibbling aside, IR’s conviction remains firm that any way you slice it, the ascendancy of books moving more directly from writers to readers today is undeniable.”

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L.C. Barlow on IRDA Winner “Pivot”

“My roommate leaves me notes on rose petals.”

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The more Paul examined the child the more he liked what he saw. This kid even had better posture than Andy.

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Len Napolitano on his IRDA Winning “Nose, Legs, Body!”

“At precisely 5PM on a Friday, at the door leading to a back room of a popular LA wine store, enthusiastic wine tasters, from beginner to expert, pay a nominal fee to experience a handful of world famous wines.”

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IndieReaders Make the Best Lovers

Living with a reader is like living a 1,000 different lives, Amazon launches an all-you-can-read subscription e-book service + more in this week’s roundup

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Amazon vs Hachette

“The book publisher, ironically, is not winning the war of words.”

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D. Hart St. Martin on her IRDA Winning “Tainted”

I began writing this story in 1977. Much has changed since then, but one thing hasn’t. Sexism and the subjugation of women remains rampant in our world.

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Indie Books Based on Mythological Tales

Finished your Neil Gaiman, Rick Riordan and Homer and it’s not even August? Try one of these 10 self pubbed titles!

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Alan Bray on his IRDA Winning “Hour of Parade”

The book has been praised for relying on the reader’s intelligence. It doesn’t explain much; it shows the characters in the story and asks the reader to make meaning of them.