What Else But Indie?

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Six Boundary-Breaking Indies

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An indie author's strongest suit is that, no longer needing the "permission" of cultural gate-keepers to get their work in the hands of readers, they are able to write stories that have been overwhelmingly absent in traditionally published titles, speaking in a voice all their own.
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5 Marijuana Books that Deserve to Get a Buzz

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Whether you’re a regular user or just pot-curious, have a look at a few of the weed-themed books that have sprung up in the past few years.
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10 Titles that Highlight the Best of Self-Publishing

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Despite thousands of bestsellers, numerous titles that have picked up prestigious lit awards and the many works grabbed up at great cost by traditional publishers, self-publishing still--in the immortal words of Rodney Dangerfield--can't get no respect.
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April Fools Crazy?
Or Real Indie Titles?

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5 Indie Titles that Will Make You Ask...WTF?
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6 Self Help Book Titles that Need Help

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Jumping Out of Satan's Lie Pot and Landing in God's Truth. Huh?
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6 Self-Help Book Titles That Need Help

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"Your Secret To Earn Money and Riches" and "Sewing Chicken's Eyes". Need we say more?
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Jimmy Fallon’s Spring “Do Not Read List”

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In preparation for spring 2013, Jimmy Fallon made his seasonal picks for books that should be avoided at all costs. We've separated out the indies.
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Valentine's Day Edition

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Nothing says "love" like an self-pubbed book (unless it's flowers, chocolate or jewelry). And nothing says "self-pubbed" like any one of these four titles. Enjoy!
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Christmas Edition

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Like fruitcake, except in book form.
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The Ron Paul Family Cookbook 2012

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The perfect holiday gift for the true Ron Paul supporter.
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The Layman's Weather Guide according to Pogonips

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You do not need to read "Pogonips" from front to back like a novel in order for it to make sense. The sections are discreet and inclusive so you can open it up wherever you choose. Sounds more like a book of erotica..."50 Shades of Pogonips ", anyone?
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The Oh-Shit-It’s-An-Election Year Edition

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Last week, the Republicans nominated Mit(ten) O’ Romney and his side-kick, Paul (no abortion for YOU!) Ryan. Last night, the Democrats simply kicked ass (Michele, what gorgeous arms you have!).
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The 2012 Summer Olympic Edition

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We have to admit that we've spent many evenings over the past week sitting on the couch watching those incredible athletes, listening to rhetoric more overheated than Granada (they won their first gold!) and enthralled by Bob Costas' color coordinated shirts and ties.
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The "Times are Tight/Summer Jobs" Edition

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The good news is that summer is here. The bad news is that you’re not getting a vacation (and that’s if you still have a job!), and, yeah, I guess all that talk about global warming is for real because my patio set just melted.
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5 Travel Books So Unique
They Could Only Be Indies

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"Two Old Farts and a Motorhome!", "Knife Laws of the Fifty States" "Travels with My Ass" and more. Don't leave home without 'em!
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I Was Tortured By The Pygmy Love Queen

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One man, stripped, bound and helpless versus a woman insane who uses her legion of little devils to assist her with his interrogations -- who will win this battle?
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Castration: The Advantages and the Disadvantages

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The book contains considerable data to substantiate each of the aspects of the castration results. The simple 15-minute surgery gives a whopping thirteen and a half years of average life expectancy increase, cures prostate cancer and improves the body's immune system functioning.
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Embalming is Not a Sport

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Although this novel is not intended to be a text book on embalming, the reader will feel that he or she will almost have the training to embalm a dead human body.
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Shia LaBeouf's Self-Pubbed Comics: Not So Great

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Comics Alliance columnist Matt D. Wilson comes to the conclusion that, "LaBeouf's comics--if you can call picture books consisting entirely of splash pages and only the occasional word balloon comics", aren't any good but that he's "not going to fault the guy for trying".
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How to Get Kids Interested in Reading

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Our first in a series...because no one does bad quite like an indie!