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Mohanalakshmi Rajakumar: Banned Book Author

Mohana’s latest book was recently denied permission to distribute locally by the publications department of the Ministry of Arts and Culture in Qatar.

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Australian Splendor: An Interview with James Andre of Milk Shadow

“My work has always been strange. I thought big publishers might not want it, but possibly some smaller indie labels might.”

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The Voice Over the Printed Word

Kate Sample Talks Audio Books, the growth of the industry, how she got into voice over work and what’s next.

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A “Scandalous” Interview with H.M. Ward

When I started, I never expected to sell 4 million books – ever. It’s amazing!

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Riddle Me This

Riddle spent ten years starting and running internet companies before retiring to focus on his true passion: writing fiction.

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“Pay it Forward” Author Catherine Ryan Hyde

I am indie, because, by being a thoroughly hybrid author, I’m not even anchored to indie.

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Orna Ross: Renaissance Woman

She pens novels and poems and the Go Creative! series, writes regularly on her Author Blog and is the founder of the The Alliance of Independent Authors (ALLi), a nonprofit, professional association for self-publishing writers.

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Ketchup Is A Vegetable

An Interview with New York Times’ bestselling author, syndicated humor columnist, and blogger Robin O’Bryant

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Pelluceo: Independent Couture

“We create beautiful, affordable coffee table books that cover culture with a quirk.”

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The Perks of Being Audible

…we find they become addicted to the experience, which can recall the profoundly intimate and pleasurable experience of being read to as a child.

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Dan Holloway, Curator Eight Cuts Gallery Press

I think indie has become a minefield. To those “in the scene” it seems to mean as many things as there are people, and to those “outside” it’s just “arty people getting precious about terms that don’t matter.”

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Elisabeth Naughton: Romancing the Pages

My New York Times bestselling novel, WAIT FOR ME, was rejected by several agents (I never shopped it to a traditional publisher) because, as they put it, it straddled genres and was too “category”. I was told no one would want to read about a woman with amnesia. Readers have disagreed.