I indie published my first book TOO LITTLE, TOO LATE, a Kate Stanton Mystery, through Amazon in October, 2012 and let me tell you, it’s been a roller coaster ride of ups and downs. Truth be told, though, I wouldn’t change a damn thing.
By the time I tried my hand at indie publishing, the business was past its infancy and had exploded out of the starting block, spawning a slew of indie publishing superstars like Amanda Hocking and Hugh Howey, with practically each new day heralding yet another superstar within the indie ranks. But with any phenomenon came the naysayers; those disgruntled... Read More
Title: Shopping for a Lighter Cross Genre: Biography Author: Dr. C Publisher: iUniverse Pages: 64 Language: English ISBN - 978-1-47599-682-1
Everyone has life’s challenges and can face them with fear or with trust. I choose to look at them as experiences where God blessed me with His curve balls thrown in. These curve balls are not the negative, painful or abusive life experiences that I have lived through, but rather the unexpected, blessings, gifts, and graces God threw in to help me through the experiences. I believe that these curve balls were given... Read More
Title: Dear Friend
Genre: Non-fiction humanities
Author: Cheri DeGroot
ISBN – 978-1-44016-146-9
Are you looking for a way to meet new people from all over the world, make new friends, and help others? The solution is simple and affordable—become a pen pal. In Dear Friend, author Cheri DeGroot shares the joys and rewards of becoming a pen pal and provides tips on sharing friendships through handwritten letters.
Based on fifty-three years of personal experience as a pen pal,... Read More
Long before the advent of the Internet, which made every taboo subject accessible with the click of a mouse, subjects like the human body and how it worked weren’t the stuff of everyday conversation, let alone mainstream discussion. Enter Judy Blume in 1970 with her breakthrough book, Are You There, God?It’s Me, Margaret. and it revolutionized not only the landscape of publishing but also made it okay for young girls to talk about their bodies – something which simply wasn’t done back then. The book was considered shocking in its day because it dealt with several sensitive topics in which... Read More
Title: And Face the Unknown Genre: Historical Fiction Author: CD Harper Publisher: iUniverse Pages: 232 Language: English ISBN – 978-1-47594-754-0
As Levy clings to a tree high above a river and tries to catch his breath, he doesn’t know what to do next. He has been a slave for Mr. Willoughby since he was little boy, and now things are changing. Unsure of what year it is, Levy escapes the jaws of slavery on the cotton plantation. He is a runaway slave without a plan.
As soon as he sees a boat floating in the river, Levy knows what he must do. With Mr.... Read More
Title: Ghost Sanctuary Genre: Non-fiction paranormal/occult Author: Becky J Publisher: AuthorHouse Pages: 166 Language: English ISBN – 978-1-49180-336-3
Ghost Sanctuary is a factual accounting of a family’s struggle with ghosts living in their home. The book explains in detail the happenings faced by the family and their reaction to the invasion of the spirit realm into their own. The book contains fascinating photo and video evidence of what the family has and continues to experience. The author identifies how her own belief in God and the afterlife has helped... Read More
Title: The Disappearance of Jessie Hunter Genre: Mystery/Suspense Author: Richard Williams Publisher: iUniverse Pages: 174 Language: English ISBN - 978-1-47599-936-5
Jessie Hunter is spoiled and always has been. He is in college when his father unexpectedly dies, and he must return home to sort out the family funds. Jessie expects to become lord of the manor, taking over his father’s business and land and becoming the high-powered man his father always wanted him to be. But nothing is as it appears to be.
Jessie soon comes to suspect that... Read More
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Shaun you're probably nearer the mark than most. "mmm...right right" spoken with contemplative "yawn" inflection when you join a writers' group or dare blurt out in front of established writers (any writers) you tend to scribble, usually sending all...
Very interesting train of thoughts, but I found myself asking, what about those that write under a ghost name...is it to keep their privacy, or perhaps lack of ego...I actually can see both sides, especially when you are talking about writing fiction....