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Self-Publishing Report: Interview with Richard Blunt

By boomergirl, published on Jan 16, 2013

I have a wonderful guest with me today. Richard Blunt, author of Lucas Trent 3: Grand Theft Magic, is going to tell you what it's like to self-publish and give you a few tips to help you if you decide to self-publish your book. Publishing under a pen name to keep his personal life separate from his writing life, Richard was raised in the heart of Europe, in a nation where English is not the native language. Like his heroes, Richard blunt is nothing more than a shadow – a specter that whispers a story for everyone to hear. You can visit his website at http://www.lucastrent.com/ and his... (more)

Tags: self-publishing, self-published, fantasy, self-publishing tips, grand theft magic, richard blunt

Self-Publishing Report: Interview with Ryan J. Cunningham

By boomergirl, published on Jan 13, 2013

I have a wonderful guest with me today. Ryan J. Cunningham, author of Gary's Gray World, is going to tell you what it's like to self-publish and give you a few tips to help you if you decide to self-publish your book. Born in Springfield, Massachusetts in 1972, Ryan discovered his passion for writing poetry and children's stories at an early age. Throughout his high school and college years, he took writing courses to enhance his writing abilities. Ryan became a member of the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators and published two inspirational books of poems titled Angels... (more)

Tags: self-publishing, how to self-publish, ryan j. cunningham, gary's gray world

Book Publishing Report: Interview with Gary Grossman

By boomergirl, published on Jan 11, 2013

We’re talking today to Gary Grossman, author of Executive Command. Executive Command is published by Diversion Books.

Congratulations on your new book! Before we ask how you did it, can you tell us a little about your book?

“Executive Command” is a political thriller that jumps out of what easily could be tomorrow’s news. America’s water supplies are targeted by terrorists. Water, is in fact, our most vulnerable natural resource. And yet there are few security measures that protect it on a national, local or even household level. Against this scenario, Secret Service agent... (more)

Tags: executive command, gary grossman, political thriller, book publishing, publish books

Self-Publishing Report: How to Self-Publish by John Knoerle

By boomergirl, published on Jan 9, 2013

I have a wonderful guest with me today. John Knoerle, author of The Proxy Assassin, is going to tell you what it's like to self-publish and give you a few tips to help you if you decide to self-publish your book. John began his creative endeavors in the early 70s as a member of the DeLuxe Radio Theatre, a comedy troupe in Santa Barbara. He then moved to LA and did stand-up comedy, opening for the likes of Jay Leno and Robin Williams.

Knoerle wrote the screenplay Quiet Fire, which starred Karen Black, and the stage play The He-Man Woman Hater’s Club, an LA Time’s Critic’s Choice.... (more)

Tags: self-publishing, john knoerle, how to self-publish, the proxy assassin, spy fiction, self-publishers, indie publishing

I am a Driftwood Junkie

By boomergirl, published on Jan 5, 2013

It all started on my last trip to the Outer Banks of North Carolina so blame them. It was a rainy day, not a good beach day, and we decided we were going to check out shops we never went in before. We knew Outer Banks like it was home; we'd been there that many times. One shop in particular that we always passed was a hammock store. I don't need a hammock but well it was raining so what the heck and we went in.

These hammocks were beautiful and very well made. The prices weren't too extraordinaily high for such craftmanship. But there was one section of the store that caught my... (more)

Tags: north carolina, dorothy thompson, driftwood, driftwood bowl, driftwood candle holder, outer banks

How to Self-Publish by Deborah Dupre

By boomergirl, published on Jan 5, 2013

I have a wonderful guest with me today. Deborah Dupre, author of Vampire of Macondo, is going to tell you what it's like to self-publish and give you a few tips to help you if you decide to self-publish your book. New Orleans native Deborah reports censored human rights news stories. With Science and Ed. Specialist Grad Degrees from U.S. and Australian universities, Dupré’s been a human and Earth rights advocate over 30 years in those countries and Vanuatu. Her unique humanitarian-based research and development work, including in some of the world’s least developed and most remote... (more)

Tags: gulf oil spill, nonfiction books, deborah dupre, vampire of macondo

Book Publishing Report: Interview with J.B. Miller

By boomergirl, published on Jan 2, 2013

We’re talking today to J.B. Miller, author of No Time for Love. No Time for Love is published by TMG Books.

Congratulations on your new book! Before we ask how you did it, can you tell us a little about your book?

No Time For Love is about Chatham Ross, a young widow with three children who simply is so busy with her family and her advertising branding business that she has no time for herself. When it comes to love, Chatham has to laugh. When would she fit that in? What she doesn’t know is that a very close friend has been in love with her for years and can’t seem to find... (more)

Tags: books, authors, j.b. miller, no time for love, contemporary chick lit, how to get published

Self-Publishing Report: How to Self-Publish by Mike Faricy

By boomergirl, published on Dec 11, 2012

I have a wonderful guest with me today. Mike Faricy, author of Bombshell, is going to tell you what it's like to self-publish and give you a few tips to help you if you decide to self-publish your book. Mike is the award winning author of mystery suspense thrillers woven together with a rich strain of humor and even some romance. He and his wife live in Saint Paul, Minnesota and Dublin, Ireland.

His entertaining tales are populated with the sort of quirky, oddball characters we'd all like to know more about, but wisely prefer to keep at a distance. They serve not so much as examples... (more)

Tags: self-publishing, crime fiction, how to self-publish, mike faricy, bombshell

Self-Publishing Report: How to Self-Publish by Greg Messel

By boomergirl, published on Dec 7, 2012

I have a wonderful guest with me today. Greg Messel, author of Deadly Plunge, is going to tell you what it's like to self-publish and give you a few tips to help you if you decide to self-publish your book. Greg has actually written five novels and three unpublished memoirs. He published his premiere novel “Sunbreaks” in 2009, followed by Expiation in 2010 and The Illusion of Certainty in 2011. Last of the Seals is the first in a series of mysteries which are set in 1957 San Francisco. The second book in the series Deadly Plunge will be published around Christmas of 2012. Greg grew... (more)

Tags: greg messel, last of the seals, self-publishing tips, how to self-publish, self-publishing report, self-published author, deadly plunge

Talking Books with Author Mark Connelly

By boomergirl, published on Nov 26, 2012

Born in Philadelphia, Mark Connelly completed a masters degree in Creative Writing from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, where he received a Ph.D in English. His books include The Diminished Self: Orwell and the Loss of Freedom, Orwell and Gissing, Deadly Closets: The Fiction of Charles Jackson, and several college textbooks. He currently teaches literature and film in Milwaukee, where he is the Vice-President of the Irish Cultural and Heritage Center of Wisconsin.

His latest book is The IRA on Film and Television.

Q: Can you tell us where you are from?

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Tags: books, mark connelly, the ira on film and television

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