Former Special Ops member David Desh suffered a horrible experience in Iran and is haunted by the memory. He is called out of retirement to track down a dangerous molecular biologist, Kira Miller, who may have discovered how to double the human lifespan.
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What I’m getting at is this: be wary of following someone else’s path. Continue reading →
I was a weird kid. Continue reading →
Featuring the top selling indie titles – week ending October 10th, 2011 Continue reading →
In response to an embarrassing lack of mainstream coverage, two protesters from Occupied Wall Street have decided to launch a newspaper of their own. Continue reading →
The importance of word-of-mouth is well understood. What’s more of a mystery is how you get to the point of having a bunch of people spreading that word. Continue reading →
Starting today, IndieReader will begin posting book reviews by Kirkus. Continue reading →
Because nine wasn’t enough and eleven just seemed like too many. Continue reading →
Featuring the top selling indie titles – week ending October 2nd, 2011 Continue reading →
A collection of stories within a story, a collection of thoughts and ideas within one prevailing concept. Continue reading →
The story is about power—having, losing, grabbing for, and trying to hold on to power—and how people act when facing those challenges. Continue reading →
During the summer there was a welcome bout of optimism in indie circles. I don’t know if it’s the change in seasons, but the mood now is decidedly different. Continue reading →
Featuring the top selling indie titles – week ending September 25th, 2011 Continue reading →
Author Michelle Cromer effectively mixes personal anecdotes with all-encompassing insights in a comprehensive, organized structure. Continue reading →
A sneak peek at the first four chapters of bestselling indie author Rick Murcer’s next book Continue reading →
Are “naked” books the new design trend? Is it about budget? Technology? Or will book covers go the way of album covers of yore, a small afterthought rather than a means of creative expression? Continue reading →
Courtney, who has posted photos of herself on the internet pole dancing, said the cover image was too racy and wanted the novel to be taken more seriously. Continue reading →
The Latin root means to break or split something apart. Today, it also means to interrupt, to throw into turmoil, or to create disorder.
It is the theory over here at IR that pubbing an ebook is simply a new way to get your work in front of traditional publishers. Continue reading →
Why, ask the folks at Madras Press, do books have to be big? Continue reading →
That’s what the trad pubbed houses reported. What’s going on beneath the radar, where dozens of self-published books are cracking bestseller lists left and right?
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Todd Collins has failed in every job he’s ever undertaken, but that all changes when he backs his jalopy into a shiny, new Porsche. Continue reading →
“Corrupted” examines what Tyree calls “the dark side of the publishing industry”. Continue reading →
Featuring the top selling indie titles – week ending September 11th, 2011 Continue reading →