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Advice from IR Approved Author Daniel Burke: “Pay for a good editor and listen to her.”

A chance meeting between Joe Carroll, a traumatized combat vet turned Catholic priest-in-training, and Jane Carter, a mathematical genius and quantum physicist who suffers from schizophrenia, will change them forever.

Best Reviewed Books of the Month — March


Advice from IR Approved Author Kristine Mcguire: “Work with lots of peer reviewers who will tell you the truth.””

Starting with the rehabilitation of the Old Oxford Horse Ranch south of Laramie, Wyoming, McGuire blends practical knowledge of architectural restoration, ranching methods, and livestock husbandry with the history surrounding a sandstone arch bearing the...

Advice from IR Approved Author Toby K. Davis: “Just keep writing, don’t give up.”

Keely is the ten-year-old heroine that jumps off the page immediately and grabs ahold of you… she doesn’t release you as she travels to the outermost parts of the universe searching for the secret elixir...

IR Approved Author Sarah Stusek: “Being a hybrid author is exhausting, so much of it falls on your shoulders…”

Stella is a normal teenager, besides the fact she grew up on TV. When she takes things too far, her parents send her to an at-risk youth wilderness therapy program in Montana, where she learns...

IR Approved Author Ty Tracey: “What you [indies] are doing is the great challenge of many people’s entire lives.”

There’s darkness sweeping over all of us. Something sinister—undoubtedly there, but not quite prominent enough to put our collective finger on.

IR Approved Author JE Tobal Tells All About His Book

Artefactum is the story of Sam, a sarcastic bartender who one day accidentally stumbles upon the means to travel to alternate realities by way of an Aboriginal fertility sculpture.

Advice from IR Approved Author Alretha Thomas: “Keep writing and write what you love not what’s trending.”

Two women. One powerful man. A decades-old secret binds them together.

IR Approved Author Shawe Ruckus on the best part of being Indie: “I have complete discretion over the things I write.”

Why is the dragon the only fantasy creature in the Chinese zodiac? Maybe it's because dragons aren't a fantasy after all...