Terri Giuliano Long answers readers’ questions about Indie Week, indie publishing and her own work.
Last week was Indie Week on the blog and I wanted to say a huge thank you to every author, influencer, blogger, reader and visitor who got involved! You m …
Christine Nolfi, author of The Tree of Everlasting Knowledge shares her thoughts on the changing indie scene and what lies ahead
Adam Charles, founding Director of iWriteReadRate, talks about the ebook revolution and the changes in the publishing world
Rachel Thompson, author of The Mancode: Exposed and A Walk in the Snark, shares her vision of success
Donna, founder of Girl Who Reads, is interviewed on her love of books, her tips for bloggers and authors and her brief career as a zookeeper!
‘Inspired Kathy’, founder of the hugely popular blog I Am A Reader, Not A Writer, shares her thoughts on book blogging and self-published titles
“Book bloggers rock! I don’t know how to say it any better. You are the fairy godmothers and godfathers of the literary world…”
Michael Burns, author of The Horn, visits the blog to talk about his own publishing journey
Pandora Poikilos, author, promoter and founder of Orangeberry Book Tours, shares her thoughts on indie publishing and its future
Susan Salluce, author of Out of Breath, shares the guest post “What Would You Attempt To Do If You Knew You Could Not Fail?”
Stephen Windwalker, founder of Kindle Nation Daily, talks about founding his site, whether or not self-publishing is a ‘no-no’ and the future of indie books…
Roz Morris, author of My Memories of a Future Life, shares her views on publishing and why going indie is better than compromising your work.
Greg, founder of Ereader News Today, shares some background into his site and his views on the future of indie books
Jonathan Gould, author of Doodling, Flidderbugs and Magnus Opum, visits the blog to talk ‘Follow the leader’
Naomi Blackburn, co-moderator of the Sisterhood of the Traveling Book, shares her thoughts on self-published books and self-promotion