Dec 05, 2016
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Laureen Peltier on being able to heal your past – no matter how traumatic

Hungry For Touch is an intimate detailing of a woman’s therapeutic journey to overcome her fear of men.

News  |  

Bon Iver, Tom Waits, Nick Cave, Zach Galifianakis Collaborate on (Indie) Book Project

Jeff Antebi, founder of the record company Waxploitation, has spent the last 10 years collecting stories from musicians and artists for a “literary mixtape” of grown-up children’s stories.

IR Interview  |  

Lexi Blake on what she loves most about writing romance + hiding her neurotic side

IR’s interview with the New York Times and USA Today bestselling hybrid author.

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Joel Manners talks about bringing “The Martyr’s Blade” to life

A group of heroes are brought together by friendship, love, and honor as they journey to confront an ancient evil reborn.

Book Trailer of the Week  |  

WATCH “The Apology” by Eric Haggman

Awesome Trailers Turn Indie Titles into Coming Attractions

Book Fair + Writer's Conference Calendar  |  

All the World’s a Book Fair (or Writer’s Conference) Calendar

This Is the End: December Book Fairs

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Brendan Le Grange on writing “an action-packed, edge-of-your-seat adventure”

It’s a good old-fashioned treasure hunting adventure.

Book Trailer of the Week  |  

WATCH “The Cycle of the Six Moons” by Adelle Yeung

Awesome Trailers Turn Indie Titles into Coming Attractions

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Roseanne Cheng on making people think beyond their own social media profiles

“Edge the Bare Garden” opens up important conversation in the home about digital citizenship.

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News  |  

Are you an Apple fanatic who needs a new and pointless way to throw money at the company?

Apple’s (self-pubbed) $300 book contains 450 photos of Apple products

Alike But Indie  |  

If You Liked “The Flashman Papers”, You’ll LOVE…

6 Feisty Indie Historical Fiction titles that brim with action + accuracy

IR Interview  |  

Claire Contreras on what makes bad boys so alluring + how being a breast cancer survivor changed her outlook on life

New York Times best selling author whose books range from romantic suspense to contemporary romance and are currently translated in seven different languages.

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Steve Dimodica on a being bit player in a very large geopolitical game

“Vile Means” is a well crafted, briskly paced, thoroughly researched novel that draws readers into the subliminal world of black ops and global espionage at an important juncture in our history.

Book Trailer of the Week  |  

WATCH “The Mysterious Tongue of Dr. Vermilion”

Awesome Trailers Turn Indie Titles into Coming Attractions

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Indie Voice  |  

(Trad) Publishing seeks to address industry’s lack of diversity (again)

Comic Arts Brooklyn 2016, Do We Really Need to Innovate the Reading Experience?, New Start-Up Leafless launches + more in this week’s round-up

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Russell Babcock on unwittingly becoming a “Blind Mule”

This book describes the pitfalls of international travel and how an individual can unwittingly become a drug smuggler.

News  |  

Mark Zuckerberg’s Sister Self-Pubbed a New Election Book

Missy President, a children’s book about a fourth-grade girl whose homework assignment about the 2016 presidential election goes viral.

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Sue Star on writing a fun story on legalized recreational weed

A fun glimpse of Boulder, Colorado and one quirky family who lives there.

IR Interview  |  

Elle Kennedy on what makes a good heroine, the importance of reviews + what inspired that annoying cat meow ringtone

New York Times, USA Today + Wall Street Journal bestselling author

Book Trailer of the Week  |  

WATCH “The White Man and the Pachinko Girl” by Vann Chow

Awesome Trailers Turn Indie Titles into Coming Attractions

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Indie Voice  |  

Once Taboo, Gay Characters Are Taking Over YA Fiction

NaNoWriMo news, Scribd Adds Magazines + News to Subscription Service, Why Most Amazon Reader Reviews are Worthless + more in this week’s round-up.

All About the Book  |  

Jonathan Carreau on rhino lizards + killing off (most) life on Earth

My biggest inspiration was the Fallout series of video games.

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Plenty of room on the island

Have you noticed that authors often happily recommend books by other authors (even though an MBA might call them competitors)?

Alike But Indie  |  

Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of “The Outsiders”

5 Indie Titles that push the boundaries of YA fiction