Interviews

Interviews with indie authors, publishers and book service providers in the self-publishing realm

An Interview with William Poe: Author of Simple Simon

William Poe: Author of Simple Simon Award-winning writer, William Poe, earned a bachelor’s in art from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock and a master’s in anthropology from the University of Nebraska. His novel, Simple Simon (ISBN:978-1477624999), is the winner in the 2016 IndieReader Discovery Awards LGBT Fiction category as well as a finalist in the Clarion ForeWord Reviews Book of the Year Award 2013 in Fiction Gay & Lesbian (Adult Fiction).

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An Interview with Eli Bloom: Author of SEER: The Ghosts of Gray Fable

Eli Bloom Author PhotoEli Bloom is a mysterious young adult writer living in Los Angeles. He believes in ghosts. SEER: The Ghosts of Gray Fable is his first novel.

Tell us something about your book. The basics: what’s it about?

SEER is about 15-year-old girl, Grace Fable, who’s been able to see ghosts since she was six.…

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About Arkbound – UK Community Publisher

Arkbound Logo Jpeg High ResSteve Mcnought talks about running Arkbound, an independent UK publisher helping disadvantaged writers get published and reviewed in book and magazine format.

Arkbound emerged in early 2015 as a small community publisher based in Bristol, UK, committed to providing a real alternative in the publishing world.…

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An Interview with Rhys Hagan: Author of Hunting Taylor Brown

Rhys HaganRhys Hagan is the acclaimed Australian author of Hunting Taylor Brown. He regularly draws on his experiences as a soldier and, years later, as a member of a religious cult to fuel his high-octane plots and deep, intense characters.

Tell us something about your book.

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An Interview with Lizbeth Hartz: Author of Angel Hero

Lizbeth Hartz The memoir Angel Hero: Murder in Hawai’i, A True Story by Lizbeth Hartz tells the story of 30-something Liz when she found true love in the early 80’s. Her heartthrob Vic gave her back her voice, squelched since childhood. He also inspired Liz to keep writing until she finished this 3rd and final edition of her book about him three decades later.

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An Interview with Emme Dun, Author of “Bully”

Emme Dun“Bully” by Emme Dun explores the issues of LGBT parenting in the US during the Bush Administration. Starting with the events of 9-11 in NYC, the date turns out to mark a very different sort of tragedy for protagonist Wendy when she meets Windy, and they strike up a relationship…This novel centering on lesbian motherhood, and how same-sex parents face rights issues when it comes to a custody battle, in this case a fatal and nightmarish scenario.

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