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In the second episdoe of the INDIE BOOK REBELS podcast, we chatted with two writers at different stages in their indie careers.
Percival Constantine, popular blogger, and Indie writer in the Action Adventure genre published his first Indie book on LULU, Fallen, in 2009. Since then he's produced multiple titles and his fan base is growing every day.
Sophia Fedderson, a barely-legal (very young) singer and artist, has been designing high-end book covers while developing her writing chops on two novellas which she hopes to publish soon.
In this show, we chat about BAD and GOOD book cover design and Sophie gives the host's DIY place holder cover a "not the worst she's seen" verdict. Percival chats about the state of indie publishing, self-editing while writing, beta readers and writer groups and his favorite writing books.
In this episode of Indie Book Rebels we interviewed the seriously successful V. M. Black, author of new adult paranormal romance / urban fantasy books - and she sells 100's of books every day. She knows a thing or two about writing in these genres and making it in self publishing. You don't want to miss our conversation. Be sure to download your FREE copy of V. M. Black first book in her new series: The Alpha's Captive: Taken: BBW Shifter Werewolf Romance, by V.M. Black Be sure to also download, another free book from V. M. Black from her Paranormal Romance Series: Life Blood: Cora's Choice #1
We also spent quality time with author Mark Gardner, who read from his book, Forlorn Hope.
Lightening round also included V. M. Jaskiernia reading from her fantasy book, Larkspur: A Necromancer's Romance
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Don't miss this episode of Indie Book Rebels, where will be interviewing Paranormal Fiction author's Lola St. Vil and V.M. Black.
Lola was seven when she first came to this country from Port-au-Prince, Haiti. She attended Columbia College in Chicago, where her main focus was creative writing. In addition to plays, she also writes screenplays and short stories.
She has been commissioned to write for ABC, CBS and Princeton University. She won the NAACP award for her play "The Bones of Lesser Men". In addition to being nominated for LA Weekly awards. Her work has also received positive reviews from The LA Times, Variety and LA Weekly. In 2012 she published her first novel, The Girl, Guardians Series Book 1, and has since published five more in the series. You can get Book 1 free on Kindle, the book is also available on Audible. The second book in her series sells 10-30 copies per day, at a $4.99 price point with 70% royalties, to give you an idea of Lola's indie publishing success. And that's just Book 2 in the series.
VM Black has been on our show before, and we love her outspoken no-nonsense approach to writing while raising kids, home schooling and being a high-ranking indie author. On this show, we're going to hear a lot more about her series of paranormal books, and focus on her latest paranormal releae, Blood Rites: Cora's Choice #4, talk about what goes on in the rest of her Blood Series books, and learn all about what is happening in her top selling The Alpha's Captive: Pursuit: BBW Shifter Werewolf Romance series.
Don't miss this show live if you can make it.
Successful American authors, Paul Levinson & Joe Nobody talk with Indie Book Rebels host, Arrington Flynn, about what it takes to write books that sell on the 4th IBR Podcast.
It was an incredible discussion. Despite totally different backgrounds, it was remarkable how much the two authors agreed when it came to many subjects related to writing and indie publishing.
Enjoyed the show, check out the works from the authors below.
From Paul Levinson
Sci-Fi Buffs! - The Plot to Save Socrates, by Paul Levinson
Non-fiction New Media (2nd Edition) by Paul Levinson
From Joe Nobody
Action Adventure "prepper fiction" Holding Their Own, by Joe Nobody (A Series)
Prepper non-fiction Holding Your Ground, Preparing for Defense if it All Falls Apart
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Are you a writer, hoping to make it in the exciting world of Indie publishing?
Then tune into the this show, where two talented and top selling authors share their stories, strategies, and techniques for writing books that sell.
Our special guests: Paul Levinson & Joe Nobody
You don't miss our fascinating conversation with these two authors.
Writing Paranormal Fiction with guests Jolie Du Pre and Marilyn Vix.
In this first episode of a 2 part series on writing paranormal fiction, we will be interviewing and getting tips from authors' Jolie Du Pre (Benton series) an Marilyn Vix (Never Marry a Warlock.)
Paranormal Fiction is hotter than ever - in this episode you will learn all the biting details of incorporating vampires, witches, warlocks, shifters, zombies and more into your fiction and marketing your masterpiece as an Indie Book Rebel.
Never Fall for a Warlock (Beware of Warlocks Novelette #2) - by Marilyn Vix.
Catherine has taken a chance on love. Can she handle her new Aussie warlock, Jeff? Confused between her husband cheating and a new flavor of warlock, Catherine runs out to find other options in Las Vegas. She runs straight into an exotic dancer named Liam. Will he be the one? Or will she lose something more than just her heart?
Benton: A Zombie Novel: Volume One, Jolie du Pre
Zombies have killed everyone in the Benton household--all except twenty-something Jennifer. She's escaped her bedroom, but what now? Waterbank, Illinois is overrun. Where can she go?A chance encounter with seven other young survivors points her toward Texas. Jennifer wants to trust him, with her life and possibly her heart.
(in editing, first 5 minutes or so, get ya some coffee or something - then we're golden)
Indie Book Rebels #5 - Writing Children's Books with authors Becca Price & Vivienne Matthews.
Also, possibly more Children's Book Authors will join us on this show - or make up, Part II on this fascinating side of Indie publishing.
In this episode of Indie Book Rebels we're going to talk with author Mark Gardner, indie author of several works including: Paradox; a short story, and three compact novels, Body Rentals & Forlorn Hope and Escape.
Mark Gardner lives in central Arizona with his wife of 14 years, two school-age children and a black lab. Mark has a degree in computer systems and applications, and is currently attending Northern Arizona University, enrolled in the Applied Human Behavior program. Mark does his writing on an old Apple eMac and iPad utilizing Apple iWork Pages and iCloud.
We'll talk about his books, which cross several genres, from techo-thriller to dystopian. We'll discuss his journey as a writer, and his newest fantasy novel coming out soon called Champion Standing.
And since, Mark is in the middle of a crowdfunding campaign to raise both funds and awareness of upcoming work, we'll spend time discussing crowdfunding in general, and how an Indie author can take advantage of it. Help Mark with his Kickstarter Campaign for Fantasy Novel Champion Standing
Grab your paper plate and plastic spork -- it's time for the Indie Smorgasbord Author's Potluck. Join us as we sample a some tasty new self-published books, maybe even talk to a few authors.
Fill your literary bellies with fresh and tasty finds straight from the FREE TRADE wild wild world of the self-publishing independent author.
Today's interview with Indie Author VINCENT TRIGILI, author of the Sci-Fi Series, Lost Tales of Power Series.
In this episode, Vincent reads a section of his first book on the air, and tells us all about his experiences of being an indie writer.
You can get the first book in the series, The Enemy of an an Enemy for free at this link: http://bit.ly/enemyof
On this 9th Episode of Indie Book Rebels, we're had planned to discuss writing Thrillers & Suspense fiction with the very successful Indie author C.E. Martin, but ended up focusing more on a genre the incorporates thrills, suspense, mystery and action all in one fast-paced form, namely Pulp Fiction.
Drawing upon his experience as a USAF veteran and seventeen years as a criminal investigator, C. E. Martin has penned numerous pulp-styled thrillers. A long-time fan of pulp fiction and men's adventure, C.E. was first inspired to write by classics like The Destroyer and Doc Savage. When not authoring the latest in his own Stone Soldiers military thriller series, C.E. can be found watching B-movies with his kids or battling virtual evildoers on X-Box Live.
This is a special show, featuring two major players in the Indie Author podcasting arena.
Simon Whistler, Rocking Self Publishing Podcast & Bryan Cohen, Sell More Books Podcast.
These troopers did the show 7/10/2014 without your host, and we're finally uploading it - now that the file has been made small enough.
Roughly 45 minutes of Simon and Bryan getting to know each other.
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