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Advice from IR Approved Author Ludmila Ritz: “…trust your own voice within [and] do not compare yourself to others…”

More than a memoir, "A Single Desperate Prayer" is a riveting account of one resilient girl’s life in a Crimean ghetto, replete with equal amounts of tragedy and triumph.

IR Approved Author Nick Alimonos on the hardest part of being an indie: “…dealing with the misconception that indie books are inferior to traditionally published titles.”

At its core, "The Princess of Aenya" explores the intersection between empathy and sadism, love and hate, death and rebirth.  

Best Reviewed Book — November


Advice from IR Approved Author Brian Kaufman: “Marry someone who is supportive of your writing.”

Young Kennedy Barnes pins his hopes for fame and fortune on Willie Johnson, a Depression-era blues man who may (or may not) have invented rock and roll. 

Advice from IR Approved Author C. Hofsetz: “…always hire professionals to make your story shine.”

Enemy of the Gods (Sometimes, Dreams are Overrated) received a 4+ star review, making it an IndieReader Approved title. Following find an interview with author C. Hofsetz. What is the name of the book and...

IR Approved Author David Scott: “Life is moment by moment, and each choice shapes us and the direction in which we will travel.”

Stargazer is an insight into a life that is shaped by the circumstances that transform us moment by moment.  It starts during World War II when Australia was a vastly different country to today.

IR Approved Author Susan Ritz: “Indie doesn’t have to mean you are all alone in this.”

When small-town therapist Larry Blatsky is murdered, his computer containing the intimate dreams and terrifying nightmares of half the town is stolen.

3 Ways to Sell More Novels in 2021

For authors, 2020 might best be remembered as the year they began innovating.

IR Approved Author Pamela Taylor on what motivates her: “Looking for that Sally Field ‘1984 Oscar acceptance speech’ moment.”

At the dawn of the Renaissance, Alfred – the eponymous second son – must discover the special destiny foreseen for him by his grandfather.  Now, the unthinkable has happened: Alfred’s brother is king.