Category: Indie Authors

Holiday Book Sale!

Over the next few weeks, I’m going to be involved in quite a few promotions with my books… The Holiday Book Sale at Indie Book Festival features some of today’s hottest indie authors offering their bestselling books for just 99 cents!  Some of these books are marked down from 2.99, 3.99, even up to 4.99,…


Labor Day Sale!

  For Labor Day weekend, a group of authors have come together to offer our books for sale at only 99 cents.  For some of us, that’s $2 in savings, while for others it’s even $4!  There are all genres represented, so there is something for everyone.  Check out the page below to find your…


Summer Splash Blog Hop

I’m doing a BLOG HOP! I’ve been a member of Indie Writers Unite since before I started on the publishing journey.  It has been a great source of information for me, particularly in the first few months of the ride.  This summer, in the spirit of fun and fancy, I’m joining the Summer Splash Blog…


Barbara Silkstone – Have You Ever Lost a Hat?

I lost everything including my home, my car, and even my retirement accounts. I was physically attacked inside and outside a court building. My daughter and baby granddaughter were threatened. I came at the bad guys like a mother tiger. A few years earlier I had agreed to testify against a real estate developer in…


Guest Post – Christine DeMaio-Rice

I have quite a few regular clients for formatting, and they’re all pretty rockin’.  One of the aspects I’ve truly, truly enjoyed about building the CyberWitch business is the fact that I’ve found some great relationships in the people I work for.  I recently posted Dani Amore’s Indie Chicks post–she’s one of those clients.  Today’s…


Guest Post – Cheryl Bradshaw “Just Me and James Dean”

I have been painfully remiss in my blogging.  For the first half of February, I was INSANELY busy with formatting jobs.  I’m not sure I took a deep breath for three weeks.  Which is probably why I then managed to get sick with some kind of lovely chest infection.  I’ve been fighting it all week. …


Guest Post – Dani Amore “Writing From a Flour Sack”

Dani Amore Writing From a Flour Sack Fact: I was born on a bathroom floor. Literally. My arrival into this world was followed seconds later by an unceremonious drop onto the cold tile of St. John’s Hospital in Detroit, Michigan. You see, I was the fifth out of six children. My mother knew my delivery…


Linda Welch – Never Too Late

Never Too Late Linda Welch When I published the first two Whisperings paranormal mystery novels, I created an icon to use on Facebook and Twitter. The picture is of Whisperings lead character, Tiff Banks. It seemed a good way to advertise my product at the time. But no matter how often I say she is…


Shéa MacLeod – Knight in Shining Armor

Knight in Shining Armor by Shéa MacLeod It’s strange how long a bruise can last. Long after the physical evidence is gone, the muscles remember.  A raised hand or an angry voice, and the body flinches away.  The mind tries to forget, bury the pain deep … but the scars are forever. It didn’t start that…


Is Your Life Whispering to You?

A Guest Post by Cheryl Shireman The blog tour has ended.  So has October and the season of Samhain ghoulies.  I’m getting back on track with not only writing my own novels, but my ebook formatting service, as well.  I’ve picked up some amazing return clients, including Sheila Horgan, author of  the Tea Series, and…