Jan 27, 2015
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Amy Edelman

sleep tight
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Sleep Tight

How far would you go to hold on to the people you love?

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Culture vs. Copyright

By Anatoly Volynets

Rating:  star star star star star 

The author argues for a form of intellectual property protection that allows free publication of intellectual property as long as the work is attributed to the proper creator.

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IR Launches New Blog for Authors

But where should IR’s authors go, the ones looking for more detailed info about writing, marketing and selling their books?

Opinion  |  

Equal But Different

Self published books should be separated from those of traditionally pubbed; not because they’re less than, but to make it easier for book-lovers to find what’s quirky and different and ahead of the trad pubbed curve.

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The Arrangement 13 (The Ferro Family)

Volume 13 in the New York Times Bestselling “Arrangement” Serials

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Happy Thankgiving!

From Amy and all the IndieReader Staff

Debate  |  

Indie Authors & Paid Reviews

Orna Ross from ALLi Joins the Debate

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By David Greene

Rating:  star star star star star 

UNMENTIONABLES is a story concerning the interaction of slavery, family, love and war, when two Southern families, and the slaves they own, but do not fully control, find themselves forced to confront traumatic change in the face of the Civil War.

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Cliff of the Ruin

By Bonnie McKernan

Rating:  star star star star star 

Mae Kendrick, born in Ireland, has lived with her aunt and uncle in New York since her infancy, and has grown into an accomplished painter and a lovely woman. Her relatives are concerned, however, by her lack of potential husbands after a failed engagement.

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Truth City

By Nick Sapien

Rating:  star star star star star 

Truth City is a perfect world where the all-knowing Truth Machine keeps society safe and honest.

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Dead to Me

By Bradford Brillowski

Rating:  star star star star star 

Dead to Me follows the psychological world of Patrick, a young adult just setting out on his own, who is occasionally prone to cosmic visions.

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The Colony

By Blaine Readler

Rating:  star star star star star 

Blaine C. Readler’s science fiction novel, The Colony, creates a terrifying antagonist in picturesque rural Wisconsin.