One of my novels is currently available as an audiobook, the Steampunk adventure The Rocks of Aserol. It was narrated by Sam Burns at Circle of Spears, who bought it to life. I have several other novels to convert to … Continued

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The Indie Showcase presents, Jae Malone

Please welcome this weeks guest, Thank you Richard, for giving me this opportunity to publicise my books and my love of an area I go back to whenever the opportunity allows; the West Country, mainly Somerset and Dorset. Having grown … Continued

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The Indie Showcase presents; Gilbert Stack

Please welcome this week’s guest. Gilbert describes himself as a Historian and Author (Historical Fiction, Fantasy, Urban Fantasy, SF and Paranormal Adventures). How I Learned to Stop Doubting and Love Self Publishing Books have long been one of the centers … Continued

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Blog Hopping, a different kind of block.

Welcome to another BlogHop, with #OpenBook. Here’s this week’s prompt. We’ve talked about writer’s block. Have you ever gotten reader’s block? To be a writer, you have to love reading and read a lot. Not just before you write, but … Continued

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The Indie Showcase presents; Sheri Poe-Pape

Please welcome this week’s guest to the Showcase. Though Sheri Poe-Pape has written many internet articles about people in the arts and in history, “Cassie’s Marvelous Music Lessons” and “Cassie Pup Takes the Cake??” are the author’s first two children’s books. … Continued

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Blog Hopping; Give them what they want.

It’s time for another BlogHop, with #OpenBook. Here’s this week’s prompt. Do you try more to be original or to deliver to readers what they want? Hopefully, what readers want is originality; or at least a different way of looking … Continued

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The Indie Showcase presents; Samantha Hanni.

Please welcome this week’s guest. “What I Want to Be When I Grow Up.” Those words arch across the page from an old coloring book I got when I was seven. The usual suspects are listed: Marine biologist/dolphin trainer. Dancer. … Continued

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Blog Hopping, How do YOU do it?

Here’s this week’s prompt, in association with #OpenBook What is your preferred method of writing? (By hand, on a computer, dictate it?) It’s a keyboard for me, every time. Over the years, I’ve tried writing in a notebook but my … Continued

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