Oct 09, 2015
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Audrey Taylor Gonzalez Talk About “South of Everything”

Set in 1940s Tennessee, “South of Everything” is a magical coming-of-age story about the daughter of a plantation-owning family, who, despite her privileged background, finds more in common with “the help”.

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Robert Dinsmoor Talks about “Tales of the Troupe”

This IR Approved memoir follows the trials and tribulations of a comedy troupe in the mean streets of Manhattan in the 1980s, as told by one of the writers.

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Don Desroches on his book “Conscious Coupling”

Two Divorce Mediators use information gathered while counseling couples to help them be proactive in their relationships before they get on the path to divorce.

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“No Apologies” Author J.A. Carter-Winward

It’s the type of work demanded by the technical age: the pieces are immediately accessible, they tell a story and they are something you can go in and out of and read out of context.

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Author Alon Seifert Talks about Kickstarting Spider’s Heart

From working on the George Clooney campaign for Nespresso to writing the story of Little Pablo, the vegetarian spider.

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Page McBrier Talks About “Abracadabra Tut”

A fun, fast-paced read, full of action and adventure that offers surprises at every twist along the journey.

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Gerri Chanel on “Saving Mona Lisa: The Battle to Protect the Louvre and its Treasures During World War II”

Saving Mona Lisa is a fascinating read for anyone interested in history, art, France, Paris, the Louvre or simply a gripping, inspirational story.

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Jonathan Maas on His Award-Winning Sci-Fi Book “Spanners: The Fountain of Youth”

The idea that differing lifespans could give beings strange powers came about when I was a Peace Corps Volunteer in Namibia, Africa.

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Former Trad Publisher Betty Sargent Talks BookWorks + Her Interest in Indie

Former EIC of William Morrow, Exec Editor of Harper Collins + Delacorte Press, Fiction + Books Editor of Cosmo on Joining the Indie Team

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Jeremy Gray on His Award Winning Title “Grooveworld”

I wanted to take everything I loved from the rave scene and make a world out of it to call my own.

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Ramona Zabriskie on “Wife for Life: The Power to Succeed in Marriage”

One woman’s inspirational guide to a grand, lifelong marriage.

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Christopher Madsen on his IRDA Winning Book Rowdy

The dynamic main character, Holland Sackett Duell, sporting the good looks of George Clooney, was as suave and dashing in real life as any fictional Hollywood character that has graced the big screen.

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Doug Richardson Talks Bad Boys, Die Hard + His Indie Books

His movie credits include Die Hard: Die Harder, Bad Boys, and Hostage. As a novelist, he’s penned five suspense thrillers, his most recent are The Safety Expert, Blood Money, and the recently published 99 Percent Kill.

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Lou Kilzer on his Book “Fatal Redemption”

All about the 2015 IRDA winner in the mystery category.

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Lisa Quast on the “Secrets of a Hiring Manager Turned Career Coach: A Foolproof Guide to Getting the Job You Want. Every Time.”

2015 First place Non-Fiction IRDA Winning Author says, “This book is meant to be your go-to guide for conducting a successful job search, sharing the basics everyone should master.”

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Michele Scott on Being Kicked to the Curb by Penguin + Finding Indie

She dreamed of being a writer since the age of nine and is the bestselling author of more than three dozen books–women’s fiction, paranormal novels, mysteries, and thrillers.

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Kate Shannon on her IRDA Winning Title “Hey, Baby, Look!”

Hey, Baby, Look! was sparked to life one Saturday afternoon while doodling on a napkin at a coffee shop.

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Allan Avidano on “The Other Son”

When the empires of reason and faith collide, the authority of each is called into question.

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Cameron Stelzer on “The Island of Destiny: Pie Rats Book 3″

I grew up listening to stories where forgiveness was more important than revenge. We all have the potential to change for the better. The bad guy at the beginning of the story doesn’t have to be the villain at the end.

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Chris Patchell on “Deadly Lies”

“Deadly Lies” is about a woman on a dark and twisted road to revenge.

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Tristan Wood on “The Wanton Life of My Friend Dave”

The book sums up to this question: what if instead of the half of your heart you were looking for you found the piece of your soul you didn’t know you were missing?

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D. Hart St. Martin on “Blooded: Lisen of Solsta”

The Lisen of Solsta trilogy posits the potential of a hero whose gender plays no role in her temperament or abilities.

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The Multi-Talented Jayme K. Talks to IR About Everything

Jayme K on writing (his novel, Disorderly), directing (Practice Makes Perfect), hosting (Shootin’ It) and re-claiming his last name.

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Julie Frayn on Her Book “Mazie Baby”

Mazie Reynolds must use her wit and moxie to out-manipulate the monster she calls husband, to save herself and her daughter.