Guest Author

, ,

Advice from IR Approved Author Shannon Harrington: "Keep writing. It was the best advice I received from many authors when I was a young man and just commenced my journey as a writer." 

Charmer Boy, Gypsy Girl is a saga of love based on the real-life events of the celebrated pair Bosko and Admira, also known as the Romeo and Juliet of Sarajevo who fall in love against the backdrop of a soon-to-be war-torn country.
, ,

Deanna R. Sweeney: "I have learned very quickly that the real work starts when the book is finished." 

"Legions of Lilith - The Awakening" is a supernatural thriller with both fantasy and mystery aspects.
, ,

Author Michael Fleming: "Life got in the way of my creative writing for a long time, but I’m so glad I’ve rediscovered my love for it."

Taking place in a city of refugees in the Pacific Northwest nearly two centuries from now, this is a story of two teenage friends, Ada Anand and Aisling Connors, and how their lives are affected by terrorist violence in their society.
, ,

Brian J. Robinson: "'ADDERALL BLUES questions everything we think we know about ADHD, and it all happens from authentic subjectivity."

ADDERALL BLUES is a passionate memoir that provides shocking access to the inner workings of the misunderstood ADHD mind.
, ,

Nikki Stern: "The worst part (of being indie), frankly, is the problem with respect."

Suzanne Foster—wife, mother, former assassin—wants to retire. Her boss wants her dead.
, ,

Heather Sears on her IRDA Winning Title "Mind to Mouth: A Busy Chick’s Guide to Mindful Mealtime Moments"

If your busy, modern life has left you with little time to think about meals and if you sometimes feel too busy to taste, "Mind to Mouth" will help you reconnect with food, and yourself.
, ,

Gustavo Gomez on his IRDA Winning Book "HAIR LOSS: Options for Restoration & Reversal"

HAIR LOSS addresses everything that is pertinent to the understanding of hair loss (alopecia) and what can or cannot be done to restore or reverse the affliction.
, ,

Bevan Frank on his IRDA Winning Book "The Mind of God"

A mysterious black box gets stolen from the University of Cape Town while the President of the USA is in Cape Town. Is this a coincidence or is there something more sinister at play?
, ,

Delia C. Pitts, author of "Lost and Found in Harlem", says, "Accept guidance, correction, and support, but trust yourself first and last."

"Lost and Found in Harlem" is a contemporary murder mystery in the noir tradition with a unique approach to crime and detection. 
, ,

Mark A. Rayner on his IRDA Winning Book "The Fatness" and why authors should "hire help with the process."

"The Fatness" is a satire about concentration camps for overweight people and bureaucracy gone mad. (It’s a love story.)
, ,

Joseph Wurtenbaugh on the best part of being an indie: "Avoiding the gatekeepers."

Adele Jansen, has far to go. Gifted, ambitious, and determined, she takes one step off the career track for an impromptu excursion with a man as fascinating as he is mysterious.
, ,

Melanie Ansley on her IRDA Winning Title "Theo and the Forbidden Language"

When a rabbit with the secret ability to read and write is exiled from his village, he must join an axe wielding bear to save his fellow animals from the human empire.
, ,

Geoffrey M Cooper on his National Indie Excellence Award Title, THE PRIZE

Winner of a National Indie Excellence Award, "The Prize" is a medical thriller in which jealousy over the discovery of a treatment for Alzheimer’s disease leads to fraud, betrayal and violence.
, ,

Kathryn R. Biel on her IRDA Winning Book "Made for Me"

Project Runway meets Say Yes to the Dress. Michele throws a Hail Mary pass in entering a reality TV fashion competition to design the wedding dress for the future Princess Maryn of Montabago.
, ,

RD Meyer on his IRDA Winning Title "Salvation Day"

Mike Faulkner wants to kill God.  No, he doesn't want to convince less people to believe; he wants to confront the deity Himself and watch Him die.
, ,

Brad Rau on his IRDA Winning Book "Caveman at the End of the World"

Ella Pearson, a marketing executive struggling to balance her career ambitions and her somewhat selfish maternal aspirations, arrives home to find her apartment has been broken into. The intruder is still inside.
, ,

Frank South on his IRDA Winning Book: "I was inspired to write these stories originally by my wife, Margaret, who told me to."

These interlocking stories are based on pieces written and published in ADDitude Magazine during eight pivotal and sometimes terrifying years in my family's life. 
, ,

J.P. Maximus on his IRDA Winning Title "The Speechwriter"

THE SPEECHWRITER is an inspirational story about two best friends, Mark and Jerome, who are talented speechwriters on opposing teams of the university’s presidential elections.
, ,

Julie Hall on her IRDA-Winning book "Huntress (Life After Book 1)"

How would you feel if you woke up in the afterlife without any memories of you life on Earth? That's what Audrey faces before promptly being assigned to hunt demons for the rest of eternity.