The first of a series of interviews with the winners of the 2014 Bards and Sages Writing Contest.
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Melissa Moore visits today for an interview.
Chewy’s final interview before we announce the winners of this year’s awards!
Chewy interviews author Liza Perrat, and declares his love for Holly.
Shelly Arkon is the author of Secondhand Shoes, nominated in the Best General Fiction category for the 2013 eFestival of Words Best of the Independent eBook Awards. We invited Shelly to come into the Sith Witch’s lair to discuss her book and enjoy some Dark Chocolate Cookies. (Don’t worry. I didn’t bake them. They’re edible.)
A guest blog post from author Thomas Amo. His book Forever ME is nominated for the Best YA title in the 2013 eFestival of Words Best of the Independent eBook Awards.
Apparently, the experiences of an actual INDIE AUTHOR who has been self-publishing for ten years hold less weight than those of a former trad author who just joined the indie side.
When someone sends you a dozen emails threatening to shove a broken baseball bat into various parts of your anatomy, it’s time to call it a day.
But is that resentment truly an issue, or just a small, vocal minority of customers? We went to the Amazon.com customer forum to find out. Amazon.com has become, in many ways, the primary battleground for this discussion. With both its Createspace POD service and the Kindle self-publishing service, Amazon has made it easier than ever for authors to self-publish and promote their own books.
In Part Three of the series, we examine how readers view indie books and what they really care about.