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Indie Author Top Tip for getting Readers

One problem for all authors is to get their book noticed by readers. If you’re an indie author with a limited budget, it can be even more difficult to get your book seen. Running a free or discounted promotion is a great way to find readers, but without advertising it will be unlikely that anyone… Continue reading Indie Author Top Tip for getting Readers

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Book Launch and Giveaway: The Pure World Comes by Rami Ungar

Congratulations to Rami Ungar on the release of his fabulous gothic horror novel, The Pure World Comes, as an ebook and print book. This is a scary and chilling read, with a great main character, and I highly recommend it. About the book Shirley Dobbins wants nothing more than to live a quiet life and… Continue reading Book Launch and Giveaway: The Pure World Comes by Rami Ungar

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Indie Author Top Tip for getting Advice on your Writing Career

If you’re an indie author I highly recommend you join the Alliance for Independent Authors. Set up by Orna Ross ten years ago, ALLi is the premier member organization for self published authors. ALLi has many great benefits for the indie author. They offer discounts for self publishing services, vet awards and companies that work… Continue reading Indie Author Top Tip for getting Advice on your Writing Career

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Indie Author Top Tip for getting Book Reviews

BookRoar is a relatively new site dedicated to helping authors get book reviews. Before I published my first book I had no idea how important book reviews were. I rarely left a review, because I thought no one would be interested in what I had to say. That attitude changed as soon as I entered… Continue reading Indie Author Top Tip for getting Book Reviews

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Original Fiction: Thief in the Night by Iseult Murphy

The whispers woke Mandrake, warning him that he was not alone. He opened his eyes a slit and peered out. By the light of the quarter moon, he saw a shadowy figure rifling through his backpack. He knew the stretch of road through the forested hills surrounding Marghbarg was home to a band of robbers… Continue reading Original Fiction: Thief in the Night by Iseult Murphy