Category: IWU Blog Tour

Guest Blog by Cheryl Shireman

When I began researching the digital revolution and self-publishing, I did so at the not-so-subtle push of my Daddy.  I was on the fence, clinging to the old model (and dream) of a traditional publisher and my books on the shelves at the local Barnes & Noble.  I ran a lot of Google searches –…


Indie Author Spotlight – Laura Yirak

Delivered to Eternity, An Alesta the Vampire Book by Laura Yirak   In Alexandria, Scotland, Alesta finds herself in yet another “Soul” encounter. It is every vampire’s deepest desire to take life’s very essence. In her struggle she is brought back to very dark times.   There is William McKenzie, husband, lover, enemy, The Count,…


IWU Blog Tour – Arshad Ahsanuddin

Today, I welcome to the Stone Cottage author Arshad Ahsanuddin of the highly rated Pact Arcanum series. Though you answer it a bit at your website, I’ll ask once more: why vampires? What do you believe sets your vampire series apart from the rest? The vampire is an age-old archetype of fantasy and horror, which…


IWU Blog Tour – Guest Post by Author Jeremy Bates

The Kindle 2 Might Be King of the E-book Readers but It Ain’t King of the Beach A guest post by talented author Jeremy Bates! Okay, so there’s a lot being said about the new Kindle 2. More features, an overhaul on its body design, an unlimited number of books to download (except maybe for…


IWU Blog Tour – J M Harrison

Today, I’m hosting the lovely and kind JM Harrison!  Her debut, Chosen, is FREE at the Smashwords Summer Sale until July 31st.  I’m looking forward to reading it!  Have you picked it up, yet? She could use some reviews….hint hint 😉 Do you pull from your own life for your writing? My main characters lose…


IWU Blog Tour – Lizzy Ford

This week I am honored to host indie author Lizzy Ford who is seeing tremendous success with her work.  Reading the comments on her blog gives me goose bumps…it’s that kind of readership success I would love to have one day.  She is funny, smart, and an inspiration to me as proof that it’s possible…


IWU Blog Tour – Athanasios Galanis

Hellllo, blogworld!  Today I have Tom over to visit.  Me like Tom–he’s quite funny and smart.  Have a gander at our interview Tell me a little about the book you’re promoting. Mad Gods is a complex book. Sometimes I wish it wasn’t because one reviewer went to the point of calling it dense mythology, a…


IWU Blog Tour – Steven R. Drennon

Today, I’m interviewing author Steven R. Drennon.  Everybody *wave* So I noticed from your website that you’re a lot like me–you don’t limit yourself to a specific genre.  What do you like about writing across genres?  Poetry, Historical Fiction, Fantasy, and Suspense…what else would you like to try? You mean I missed something?  I have…


IWU Blog Tour #3 – Guest Post by Jack Wallen

Guest post by indie Jack Wallen from right here in my hometown.  Enjoy! Control Issues: Or why I decided to be an indie author *** Notice I do not say “Or why I decided to self publish”. Why is that? Because “self publishing” carries along with it a stigma that implies a lesser product. That…


IWU Blog Tour #1

Hello, technological world!  I am back from the black abyss known as Disney World.  For the last week, I’ve had no internet access and no phone service, so I was about as cut off as I could get.  My dearest thanks to Disney for being so greedy they can’t offer free wifi in the hotel…