My friend Aislinn is running a giveaway on her newest title, Dangerous Victor, check out the details here.
It's been a short while since the last Navigating Indieworld Blog-Go-Round, we've had a group promotion running and of course life has gotten in the way, it's time, though, for it to start up again. My first interview of this round is Mike Turner, who until recently was a journalist in London, and who now... Continue Reading →
An interview with Amy J Hamilton by Becky Benishek, part of Navigating Indieworld’s Blog-Go-Round.
“Day returned to evaluating Rhea in a purely unprofessional manner. She was short, slender, but curvy–maybe–who could tell under the lab coat? Ok, so obviously lab personnel. Her dark hair was tied back in a high pony tail and her glasses didn’t seem to fit as she kept pushing them back on her nose. She wasn’t the stuff of his usual conquests, but there was something about her. Couldn’t quite put his finger on it, but he wouldn’t mind the opportunity to try.” – Modified: Lunar Medical: Book 1, by Amy J Hamilton
Meet Author Amy J Hamilton!
Amy J Hamilton
Amy J Hamilton is about 300 years old, writes erotica, hails from another planet, and is married with two teenage kids.
She has a house full of a variety of animals of the non-human nature: Tropical fish, a degu called Sam, a tortoise named Crunch, and a…
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This Week’s Feature Author Interview with Michael Parker Hi Michael Parker, welcome to the Indie Publishing Group website. Introduce yourself to us. Tell everyone who you are, where you’re from, what do you enjoy doing, hobbies and interests. My name is Michael Parker: Mick to my wife, Mike when she wants something, and Michael when… via... Continue Reading →
An interview with Peri June from the Navigating Indieworld group I’m part of on Goodreads, part of a series of interivews taking place this month. Her novel My Life As I Knew It is one of the many on my TBR list awaiting my attention
Boy oh boy am I excited about this. A real interview from a real author. I might book the rest of the day off and spend it pretending I’m Chuck Wendig.
My Life As I Knew It is Peri June‘s first book. I sat down with Peri to talk about the process of writing.
Tell us about yourself – who you are, where you’re from and whether writing is your full time job?
Writing is all I do these days. I tried several jobs, including being a Kindergarten teacher, and working customer service at a bank, but I was miserable. So a couple of years ago, I started working from home, and wrote in every spare moment I had. And here I am.
How has publishing My Life As I Knew It changed you as a writer?
As silly as it sounds, I became aware that humans might…
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As some of you may be aware, I have recently had problems with my books on Amazon, this would be annoying at the best of times, but immediately following the release of a new book, which has just hit 6 top 100 charts, is something of a disaster. Fortunately I have moved my books to... Continue Reading →
Thank you everyone who pre-ordered my newest book, Written In Blood, and those who got it during its limited discount run over the last couple of days, all of your purchases have managed to do something quite amazing; as of 9:30 a.m. today the book is on 2 top 100 charts and 4 hot new... Continue Reading →
Coming up, just tomorrow in fact, is the Spring Book Attack Weekend from the SIAFBB group on Goodreads, which I am part of. This is a regular event that takes place several times throughout the year and, as the banner above makes clear, it's an opportunity to get your hands on many free and discounted... Continue Reading →
As those of you who follow me, either here or on Twitter, will know, I have been taking part in Navigating IndieWorld's Spring Book Festival, which started on Monday. Today is the final day, and that means it's your last chance to get your hands on the wonderful collection of free and 99c books that... Continue Reading →