Tag: indie author

We did it again!

We have earned 1st and 2nd place on the Amazon Bestseller board! If you wish to have your book featured in the book magazine, message me here:

Our Fall Book Magazine is Out!

A Note from the Editor The fall edition is here. What you have in your hands is another magazine filled with exciting and insightful author advice, confessions, and discussions. This edition enables you to understand how negative reviews should not necessarily affect you. Climbing… Continue Reading “Our Fall Book Magazine is Out!”

Today Marks 6 years

6 years have passed, and it certainly has gone by fast. WordPress does give you these nice reminders. Well, let’s say a big thank you to everyone who follows, likes, subscribes, and endlessly supports this platform for authors. You guys make a difference! Here’s… Continue Reading “Today Marks 6 years”

Once upon an empty page by Konstantina P.

You are sitting on the porch on a breezy summer evening, cooling down from the heat wave. An idea pops into your head, and you scramble over a heap of lazy limbs and sleepy pets to write it down.

WRITE FOR THE WHOLE WORLD. Seriously. by Gillespie Lamb

What is a “serious” novel? Some writers need to know so they can be seen doing “serious” work. My advice: Don’t think in such terms. Tell a story honestly and well and the coveted “serious” appellation may well find its way to your book.

Little People by Gordon Lewis (Book Review #1265)

Little people is a children’s book fantasy story set on the mythical landscape of Ireland. The story begins when Aisling and Liam are thrown into a magical world of folklore and join the little people in finding a way back. The quest is filled… Continue Reading “Little People by Gordon Lewis (Book Review #1265)”

First Comes Baby by Alison O’Mara (Book Review #1262)

First Comes Baby is a fictional tale about a young woman named Ella deciding to go against social norms and have a baby by 35 before she is married or has a stable partner.

Interview with Lynette Bacon-Nguyen

When did you first realize you wanted to be a writer? I didn’t realize I wanted to be a writer, I just started writing things. I have a heavy background in roleplaying games both tabletop and text base, and I consumed a ton of media… Continue Reading “Interview with Lynette Bacon-Nguyen”

Two Memories Are Better Than One: The unique experience of writing a memoir with my husband

In our book The Backpack Years, my husband James and I wrote two parallel, intertwining memoirs. After hearing about our project, many people jokingly ask if we are still married. Yes, we are still married, and it was an amazing experience. The process of… Continue Reading “Two Memories Are Better Than One: The unique experience of writing a memoir with my husband”