The Indie Showcase presents, Miriam Hurdle.

Thank you, Richard for featuring me on your website today. I grew up in Hong Kong where I spent my childhood, college and early career years. My dad made a great impact on me for my love of reading. He … Continued

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The Indie Showcase presents, Paul Nelson

There are some incredible indie authors out there, writing a wide variety of genres for many reasons. This weeks guest has a wonderful, uplifting story to tell. Over to you, Paul. In 2013, I became a widower with a teenage, … Continued

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The Indie Showcase presents, David H. Millar.

In high school, I was an A-student in history. Hence, my teacher was sorely disappointed when I took the road to science and later to management and consulting. Fifty years later, and with the fourth book in the Celtic historical … Continued

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The Indie Showcase Presents, Michael Trelissic

I met this weeks guest at a talk I was giving in Exmouth. One of the new breed of self-published authors; I’m delighted to feature him on the Showcase. Over to you Michael. Reading through the features previously posted by … Continued

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The Good, the Bad and the Ugly.

When I was a small child, I was always told never to be boastful, never to shout about my successes. I’ve tried to live by this advice as much as possible, never show off or trumpet my achievements too much. … Continued

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The Indie Showcase Presents, Chantelle Atkins.

What I Write and Where it Came From Guaranteed, when someone finds out you’re a writer, the first question they ask is; ‘so, what do you write?’. For people who write in one, definable genre, this must be a simple … Continued

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I’m on tour from Thursday,

a writing update. I thought I’d talk about writing this week. Looking back over the past few posts, the last time I actually did that was on Feb 22nd, when I let you into the workings of a new project. … Continued

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