Tag Archives: Indie authors

Lucy Brazier presents The Best Indie Authors You’ve Never Heard Of – Part One

Reblogged from Lucy Brazier, showcasing Annabelle Franklin, Alethea Kehas, Alexander Elliott and Fran Laniado: Welcome to the first in my series of some of the best independent authors and writers you probably haven’t read yet, but really should. With so … Continue reading

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Esther Chilton Interviews: Ritu Bhathal @RituBhathal

Reblogged from Esther Chilton: It was my absolute pleasure to interview the inspirational and delightful Ritu, who is already known to many of you. Whether she is or not, I’m sure you’ll enjoy reading more about her, her books, writing … Continue reading

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Esther Chilton Interviews Graeme Cumming @GraemeCumming63

Reblogged from Esther Chilton Blog: This week’s interviewee is thriller writer, Graeme Cumming. I first met Graeme at a blogging event a few years ago. Here, he tells us about his new book, future writing projects, the importance of attending … Continue reading

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10 Things for which the Indie Author is grateful

There are a good many things Indie writers and publishers have to be grateful for. Things we seem to have in common…apart, of course, from the abject poverty of living in unheated garrets whilst suffering for our art. (Look, we … Continue reading

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Ani’s Advent Calendar 2019 ~ An Indie-Ani Christmas?

Dear Santa, here’s my Christmas list, It’s just about that time, And as an Indie writer Thought I’d submit mine in rhyme. I know you’re overworking And your mailbox must be full, So maybe a poetic list Might have that … Continue reading

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Guest author: Sarah Brentyn ~ Be the Grain You Were Meant to Be

In one day, I saw three negative opinions about indie “authors”. (I use quotes here as these opinions implied indies are not actually authors.) One was a blog post and the other two were strings of tweets on Twitter. They … Continue reading

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HOW TO 101: Has been Updated and Upgraded for easier referencing… at Chris The Story Reading Ape’s Blog

Reblogged from The Story Readng Ape…This is only a tiny sample of what is on this page…do yourself a favour…have a look and bookmark the page! INDEX To make it a little easier to find the HOW TO you need, I’ve split … Continue reading

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Is blogging worth it? 10 reasons why…

One from the vaults: ‘Build an author platform’, we are told. As an author platform, is a blog economically viable? If everyone put a penny in a virtual pot, one for each article they had read in August on Daily … Continue reading

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Is blogging worth it? 10 reasons why…

‘Build an author platform’, we are told. As an author platform, is a blog economically viable? If everyone put a penny in a virtual pot, one for each article they had read in August on Daily Echo, and if I … Continue reading

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Indie Success –10 things that really matter

There are a lot of articles and reports out there giving various and often conflicting figures about the Indie book market. All seem to agree, however, that the percentage of Indie writers and publishers is huge and growing. You only … Continue reading

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