Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Indie Author Spotlight: Bryna Butler

This week the YA Indie Club members are spotlighting one of our own, Bryna Butler. Take a few minutes getting to know her. You'll soon see that she's a strong and amazingly talented woman.

Don't forget to leave a comment (and an email address) in order to register for my Year of Comments Kindle Fire Giveaway. The more you comment on my site this year, the more chances you will have to win a Kindle Fire just in time for Christmas 2013. As a bonus, I'm giving away one ebook copy each week there is a Indie Author Spotlight. You must pick from one of the books written by the spotlighted author. Good luck & enjoy!

Bryna Butler Author Bio
After graduating with the honor of Outstanding Communications Student from the University of Rio Grande, Bryna Butler settled down with her high school sweetheart on their family farm along the banks of the Ohio River. She put her bachelor’s degree in mass communication to use, working in radio and for civic groups before starting her career as an accomplished financial public relations and corporate communications professional. Over the years, she has authored hundreds of publications and press releases.

Butler's young adult paranormal novels feature strong female leads and are woven from elements of horror, suspense, comedy, and mystery, all in a modern, small town setting.
Butler is inspired by authors like Rachel Caine, Charlaine Harris, Lauren Kate, Cassandra Clare, Stephenie Meyer, and MaryJanice Davidson. Her work contains no profanity or explicit scenes, making it appropriate for pre-teen as well as teen readers.
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Spotlight Interview Questions:
What is your all-time favorite book and why?
I adore The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman. Its style is like nothing else I’ve ever read. I found it to be almost hypnotic with its imagery and near poetic cadence.
Is there an author you could be compared to or popular fictional characters your book's characters could relate to and why?
Because I tend to write about strong female characters, I think that one could draw a comparison with Charlaine Harris.  I had the opportunity to meet her this summer and, to my surprise, she is a down-to-earth hillbilly just like me.
Can you give us your favorite quote from one of your books and explain it?
One of my favorite quotes comes from my newest book, Shadows Rising. In this scene, Keira faces off against the leader of a group of extremists that believe her charge is keeping her from her destiny. I think this quote is a great mix of Keira’s courage and her youth.
“You keep yapping about my charge being a distraction, but here I am dealing with you again. Leave us and my charge alone or die tonight at my hand. I mean it, jerk wad.”
What types of things/people/music inspires you and makes you want to keep writing?
I’m very inspired by my favorite authors. I often name characters, places and things in my stories in homage to these authors and their work. For instance, in the Midnight Guardian series there is a goth girl named Mikayla Collins whom everyone calls Mikey. Mikey is clearly named in honor of Michael Glass and Shane Collins, two of my favorite characters from Rachel Caine’s Morganville series. Her goth look comes from another beloved character in that series. Also, I’m a huge Joss Whedon fan (who isn’t?). If you look hard enough, you will find several subtle references to Buffy and Firefly sprinkled throughout my books.
Describe your typical writing day or week.
Just call me the “Night Writer”, not because it sounds like an insanely cool superhero, but because it is true. For me, writing typically begins after the kids are tucked into bed somewhere around 9 p.m. I grab a soda from the fridge and settle in with my laptop. Typically, I first re-read and edit the last thing I wrote before I start writing anything new. That refreshes it in my mind and allows me to move forward.
Is there a food or drink do you have to have when you're writing?
I can’t eat while I write. Sounds good in theory, but it never works in practical application. BBQ sauce on the keys…melted cheese on the screen...a whole chapter about brownies.
Can you tell us what you're working on right now (& possibly provide an excerpt & cover)?
Shadows Rising was released on January 18th. In this 4th installment in the Midnight Guardian series, Keira and her friends race to rescue her charge before The Harvest and the rise of a new form of evil, the shadows.
Book 5 is well underway with the working title of Book of the Lost and an anticipated late spring release. I’ve also begun work on a young adult werewolf trilogy set in Alaska. The story centers on a girl that walks the line between two feuding werewolf packs.

OF SUN & MOON (Midnight Guardian #1)
Teens are disappearing in a small river town in southern Ohio as Keira Ryan begins her freshman year. Kidnappings aside, her worries mount as she crushes on an older guy, her best friend starts dating a spoiled cheerleader, and the parents that abandoned her at birth arrive at her doorstep. And, oh yeah, she’s a tooth fairy destined to kick some butt and bring about the end of a royal line of vicious, blood-sucking tyrants. Over the years, humans have pieced together sightings and assumptions to create the myth of the tooth fairy. As it turns out, they were pretty much wrong.
WHISPERING EVIL (Midnight Guardian #2)
Keira Ryan has moved on. It’s the start of her sophomore year at Valley View High School. This means big changes like a new guardian mentor, taking (and passing) her driver’s test, dating her best friend, and figuring out how to stop the new Empress Gammen and her reign of terror. Will she survive it all or will she fall victim to the whispering evil that surrounds her?
MIDNIGHT CHILD (Midnight Guardian #3)
Join Keira Ryan as she chases her destiny in this exciting third installment in the Midnight Guardian Series. While Keira searches, her enemies draw closer. A history of trust is tested. A promise of passion turns deadly. A surviving evil creates doubt and there’s only one way to stop it…Find the Gift. Just what do you get the spoiled gremlin queen that has everything?
SHADOWS RISING (Midnight Guardian #4)
Senior year has begun. Keira Ryan should be worrying about the two boys that are vying for her heart. She should be worrying about Prom. She should be worrying about graduation. But instead of a dress, she’s choosing which dagger to carry. In this fourth installment in the series, Keira and her friends race against time to rescue her charge before The Harvest. They must hurry. Their enemies are bringing forth a new evil to sway the balance. The shadows are rising.
Excerpt: Exclusive Shadows Rising Excerpt that you will only see on YA Indie Carnival author sites…
The night was warm, even though a slight breeze stirred. Keira made her way through the soybean field. She knew the way over the uneven path, even if she couldn’t see. That was nearly the case as clouds worked to block out the moon and stars. The air was thick; the kind that always preceded the summer rain.
As the dirt started to dimple here and there, her steps came quicker. Cool drops chilled her shoulders left bare by her tank top. Steps turned into a jog as the two-story farmhouse came into sight. If she ran hard enough, she could reach his porch before the downpour.
In seconds, she covered the yard. Just a few strides more would land her on the steps where she could wait out the rain on the porch.
Maybe that’s why it happened. Keira was so focused on escaping the rain. Her sneaker slid on the wet grass. Arms circled wildly over her head, eager to find balance or support. They landed on clean, soft cloth. Her feet skittered beneath her as the man under the white robe grabbed her hair and pulled her head back.
“The guardian,” a whisper rose and echoed among the small group. “The guardian,” their murmurs above the tumbles of the strengthening rain. “The guardian.”
Hands flew to her sides and held her arms out. She pulled against them, but there were too many. “Let me go,” she screamed.
Immediately, they let go. She hadn’t expected it and fell on her knees.
“We wish you no harm, guardian. We have come for the midnight child. Trust that this is for the best,” a tall man said. His mouth barely moved, unmarked by expression or emotion of any kind.
Rain began to pour over them. Keira scanned the group to etch every face into her memory; two eager young men, perhaps twins, with strong chins and light coloring; a plump, young woman with red curls falling out of her hooded cloak; a buxom brunette with a permanent sneer; and a mustached brute with a nasty scar through his left eyebrow.
Then, her eyes flickered back to the leader, a bald man with soulless black eyes. Him she knew. It had taken her only a moment to realize he was the one that crashed Jumper’s last Halloween party. He had come for her charge that night too.
“You know that I will never allow you to take him.”
“Your loyalty is misplaced with the Hayes family,” the bald man answered with a voice that chilled her to the bone. “Allow us to remove the distraction so that you may fulfill your true destiny.”
“He is not a midnight child. He is my charge.”
“He is of no consequence.”
A crack sounded, causing everyone to look up. A dark figure stood on the edge of the roof. He stepped forward and landed softly on the ground. He stood tall beside Keira.
Brun’s voice was heavy with anger. “You heard her. The child is not to be touched.”
“But…” the leader of the group started.
His dispute was not heard because Brun was behind him in the next second. The shine of Brun’s short sword glistened at the man’s ear.
“If you will not listen, perhaps you do not need this ear,” Brun growled. “From this day forward, let it be known that the guardian and I both protect this child. Whoever dares to approach him will succumb to the full wrath of the Empire and Elsted. You will leave now…ahhh!”
The leader wrenched his dagger out of Brun’s side. Blood dripped from the dagger’s edge. Brun stumbled back, his face a mixture of disbelief and horror. 

Saturday, January 26, 2013

Indie Author Series: Kindle/Amazon (All In or Diversify)

Welcome to the first segment of the new Indie Author Series. This week, the members of the YA Author Club will be blogging about Kindle, Amazon, and KDP, and they will explain the pros and cons of on going all in with Amazon.

I may be a complete anomaly, but Amazon and its resources have done more for me as an indie author than any other book-publishing site. Amazon supports, embraces, and promotes indie authors, and their mission translates out to great book sales for me and bestseller lists for others.
First, there is the KDP (kindle direct publishing) site where indie authors can quickly and easily release the electronic version of their novels. Making this option enticing is the fact that the upload is very, very simple, and within hours of uploading the book's file, the indie authors can consider themselves officially published novelists.

Second, Amazon offers CreateSpace. On this site, indie authors can create the paper version of their books. For me personally, I sell very few paper copies, but I love to create them because there's something about holding the traditional version in my hand that makes it feel real... like I really just published a book. On top of everything else offered by CreateSpace, there's professional services (publishing solutions, editing, layout and design, and marketing) that can and will turn even the most amateurish book into a novel that is as professional as anything you can buy on a bookstore shelf.
Third, kdp select is a program whereby the author agrees to make their book an Amazon exclusive for three months. When authors go this route, they earn higher royalties, have access to promotion tools not available to authors who are not participating (offering their books for free with the click of a button is one of the biggest benefits), and reach a broader audience. Books enrolled in this program are available via Amazon's lending library. The authors are paid every time the book is lent. The amount paid for each lend is dependent on the number of books borrowed and the amount of the kdp select Global Fund for that particular month. I've tried this option and got great results. The only reason I don't still have my books enrolled in this program is because of the fan complaints from non-Kindle reader owners. The complaints and fan dissatisfaction are enough for me to recommend that new indie authors diversify.

Finally, Amazon has an Author Page. With it, the indie author can connect with the readers in ways they would not normally be an option. From there, the reader can see the author's library of books, and the author can set up his/her Twitter and blog feed. Making it valuable for me, I can track and trend the sales of my books and my author ranking. I'm a visual person. Without the graphs, I wouldn't know where I've been compared to where I am.
It is my opinion that Amazon is the single most important company to embrace if you are heading down the indie author path. Trust me. They give you every tool you need to succeed. It is up to the indie author to write a good book and do all of the preliminary work necessary for the book to hit the bestsellers lists. Fortunately, their most important tools are available to indie authors even if they don't enroll in the kdpselect program.

For more topics just like this, I'm going to strongly encourage up and coming indie authors to continue following the Indie Author Series in order to learn more about our experiences... our opinions... our recommendations.

Thursday, January 17, 2013

Indie Author Spotlight: Suzy Turner (Giveaway)

This week is the first week of our biweekly Indie Author Spotlight. I'm happy to announce this week's absolutely amazing author is Suzy Turner. Take it from me... this woman is so down to earth and real that you will not have any choice but to fall in love with her.

I'm really, really looking forward to this new segment because one of the lucky people leaving a comment each week will be chosen for an ebook giveaway that includes one of the author's books. Winner's choice. 

To sweeten the pot and keep the comments coming, I plan to do a 2013 Indie Author Spotlight Kindle Fire Giveaway.  The only way to qualify to win the Kindle Fire  is to leave comments during the Indie Author Spotlight segments. It's important to remember that the more comments you make on my blog throughout 2013, the more entries you will have into the 2013 Indie Author Spotlight Kindle Fire Giveaway.
Without further ado, let me introduce my friend, Suzy Turner.
*Don't forget to leave me a comment (please include email).

Suzy Turner has worked as a journalist, assistant editor, features editor, magazine editor and has even been the Script Supervisor for a full length feature film. Early in 2010 however, she began writing full time and has since completed a trilogy for young adults, The Raven Saga (the first of which is FREE) and started a brand new series, The Morgan Sisters. The first full length novel in this series, The Ghost of Josiah Grimshaw is now available, as is a shorter novella, Daisy Madigan's Paradise which is FREE!

Although Suzy is a Yorkshire lass at heart, she left her home town of Rotherham, UK, to move to Portugal with her family when she was ten. For now, the Algarve continues to be her home, where she lives with her childhood sweetheart and husband of 14 years, Michael.
Spotlight Interview Questions:

1) What is your all-time favorite book and why?

Ooh it's so tough to just have one book. But I'd probably go with The Handmaid's Tale by Margaret Atwood. I studied the book at college and totally fell in love with it. I guess it was because it was so different to anything I'd ever read. Perhaps the dystopian side of it also appealed. I'm not sure. Strangely though, I've never read anything else by Margaret Atwood. Not sure why!

2) Is there an author you could be compared to or popular fictional characters your book's characters could relate to and why?

Recently, my newest series (The Morgan Sisters) was described by a book blogger as 'possibly the next Harry Potter'. Clearly this made my decade and I'd love to be compared to the Great Almighty JK, but I would never compare myself to another writer. I'd like to think my writing is my own... kind of unique, you know?

3) Can you give us your favorite quote from one of your books and explain it?

My favourite quote? That's a toughie, hmmm. How about this...

'She could hear her heart beating, feel it thudding in her chest. She couldn't open her mouth; it was too dry. All she wanted to do was scream but she couldn't even do that. Please God don't let me die, she thought.

A sudden massive gust of wind took her feet from beneath her and she was forcefully pushed from the top of Carlton Point, falling silently and peacefully to the rocky hills below.'

The reason I like this scene so much is because I have such a vivid image of it in my mind. When you read on to the next chapter, you'll see that she didn't actually fall. That image of Lana slowly floating, almost in slow motion, reverberated with me. Almost like a scene from Alice in Wonderland.

4) What types of things/people/music inspires you and makes you want to keep writing?

I am particularly inspired by places. For instance, my first series (The Raven Saga) was inspired by the awesome mountains and forests of Western Canada. My new series (The Morgan Sisters) was inspired by places I've been to in London (as well as by a London actor I met last year).

I think the UK is perhaps one of the most inspiring countries I've ever been to. Every time I visit (although I'm English, I currently live in Portugal), I am blown away by its capacity to inspire me... with its historical buildings and heritage. I'm actually selling up and moving back to England. One of the reasons why we chose England is because of its hold over me with my writing. I can't wait! (Anyone wanna buy a villa in the Algarve?)

5) Describe your typical writing day or week.

When I have deadlines, I write every morning until I've reached my target (if I'm in the zone, I'll write a lot more) and then I chill out with my favourite TV show and a nice cup of Rooibos tea :)

6) Is there a food or drink do you have to have when you're writing?

Just Rooibos tea and water.

7) Can you tell us what you're working on right now (& possibly provide an excerpt & cover)?

I'm about to start the second novel in The Morgan Sisters series but it doesn't have a title yet!

Lightning shattered the darkness. Not even Emma's thick purple quilt could shut out the light as it filtered through to her closed eyelids. A low echo of rumbling thunder made its way across the North Sea towards Andilyse Island and she shivered. Suddenly something landed on top of her head and she shrieked.
The sounds of laughter emanated from the bed across the room.
'Lana, you cow,' shouted Emma as she threw back the covers and tossed the pillow back at her sister who just shook her head and giggled.
'It's only a storm. There's nothing to be scared of.'
'There is everything to be scared of,' she replied as she cowered beneath the quilt again.
'Oh come on, Sis. We're quite safe in here. This house has been standing for hundreds of years, it's not like it's going to collapse is it?'
'It nearly did the last time,' Emma croaked.
'That was like sixty years ago, Em, and none of the houses collapsed. The only thing that took the brunt of the storm was the pier.'
'And the church.'
'Exactly. None of the houses. Stop being such a coward. You're fifteen! It's a storm, it's rain, it's not the end of the world.'
'It was for all those poor people.'
'Oh stop being so dramatic. Things were different back in the 50s, Em. We're safe, now stop worrying.'
The sound of the front door slamming downstairs made both girls jump. Emma glared at Lana before they both hopped out of bed and ran to their bedroom door which they opened, looking down over the banister.
Peering up at them from the bottom of the stairs stood an attractive grey-haired man in his early 50s, taking off his soaking coat.
'Shhh, we don't want to wake Greg and Lucy,' he said as he summoned them downstairs.
'Oh Patrick, they should be in bed too,' whispered a voice from the kitchen as the two girls skipped down to find out what was going on.
'You know what they're like, Audrey,' he said as he hung his dripping coat on the stand in the hallway. Tutting, his wife promptly removed it and placed it in the sink in the downstairs cloakroom before going back to give him a kiss.
'What's happened, Dad?' asked Emma as she sat huddled up to her sister on the bottom step. A clap of thunder made her jump and she shivered, her eyes wide open with apprehension. Lana rolled her eyes and put her arm protectively around her sister.
'Let's have a cup of cocoa,' Audrey said, recognising the look on her husband's face. There was bad news.
While they waited for the milk to heat up on the stove, Lana went into the lounge looking for candles as the lights continued to flicker, constantly threatening to go out for good.
'I've found some,' she said, setting them down on the kitchen table with a box of matches, 'just in case,' she smiled. 'So what's going on, Dad? Why did you have to go out so late?'
'He's the Chief Constable... it's his job,' answered their mother as she poured steaming milk into the four mugs, before stirring them as quietly as she could.
Lana stood beside her, adding a spoonful of sugar to her own mug before passing the calming drinks to her family, who stood sipping the chocolatey goodness silently for a moment.
Rubbing his forehead, Patrick put his cocoa down on the table just as the rain began to clatter loudly on the roof tiles.
'Oh no,' whispered Emma as she pulled her feet up towards her bottom and rocked back and forth in her seat.
Patrick put his hand on her shoulder, 'it's okay sweetheart. It's just a storm, it'll pass. Everything will be all right.'
'Well then why did you have to go out in it, Dad?' she asked.
'I was called out to the old Grimshaw farm... Josiah was seen wandering close to the pier again.'
'What? In this weather? Does he have a death wish?' said Lana without thinking as her mother tutted, glancing towards Emma. 'Did you find him? Is he okay?'
'I'm afraid he's nowhere to be seen. And in these conditions, it's impossible to send out a search party. We can't send out the lifeboat without risking the lives of everyone else, I'm afraid. He's a silly old man, he should never have been left alone in this storm. Everyone on the island knows how it affects him.'
Audrey patted her husband's hand, 'there'd be no stopping him, love. He's just looking for her.'
'Well, maybe he's finally got his wish.'
'Daddy?' said an innocent child's voice from the stairs.
'Oh we've woken the kids,' said Audrey as she stood up and went to check on her two younger children.
'Hey sweetheart. Sorry we woke you. Come on, let's go back to bed,' she said to her family. 'There's nothing we can do now. We should all try and get some sleep.'



Raven (FREE)


After the inexplicable disappearance of Lilly Taylor's parents, she has no choice but to move to Canada where she unravels some frightening yet intriguing family secrets... Her whole life had been based on a lie. Lilly had grown up in a loveless home with a father who she had barely ever seen and a mother who was... well, not very motherly. After they mysteriously disappear without a trace, Lilly is sent to Canada where she finds a whole new way of life. A life filled with love and people who care for her. But that's not all she discovers, Lilly also finds out that she isn't who, or what, she thinks she is. Lilly has a very special ability and it's just a matter of time before her true self starts to shine. And when it does, her life will never be the same again.

December Moon 

On her 15th birthday, December Moon discovers she is the descendant of a family of witches, kept in the dark her entire life in an effort to protect her. But when Lilly, her best friend, finds herself in danger from one of the world's most evil vampires, December will do everything in her power to stop him.


The Lost Soul 

December and Lilly have got their work cut out for them. Not only are they desperately trying to figure out the identity of the Lost Soul, and track him down, they've also got to investigate why Powell River's newest resident has got all of their men falling at her feet.

But when they learn that the Nephilim might be involved, it becomes clear that they're all in extreme danger...
The Ghost of Josiah Grimshaw
A Morgan Sisters novel 

Adopted sisters Lana Beth and Emma Jane are polar opposites, but when the same strange 'tattoo' suddenly appears and winds its way up their bodies within days of each other, they soon realize there's more to their relationship than they could ever have imagined.

Sent off to London for two weeks of 'work experience', the Morgan Sisters soon find themselves being initiated into the ancient Praxos Foundation, one that protects the innocent while fighting evil, both human and supernatural.

At the same time, Lana Beth and Emma Jane must also investigate why the sweet but sometimes pesky ghost of Josiah Grimshaw just won't leave them alone.

Daisy Madigan's Paradise (FREE)
A Morgan Sisters novella
When tragedy falls upon 15 year old Daisy Madigan, she escapes to the only place she feels safe, the cemetery of Abney Park. There, in the company of the dearly departed, she realizes she is changing, growing stronger and faster by the day. But in the darkness lurks a terror even she can't imagine facing.

Daisy Madigan's Paradise is a Morgan Sisters novella. Check out The Ghost of Josiah Grimshaw, the full length first novel in the series.

Thursday, January 10, 2013

New YA Indie Author Club Format

It's a new year and a new format for YA Indie Author Club . We'll be rotating our weekly posts in order to spice it up at bit for our members/followers. With our new setup, we'll alternate biweekly between our Indie Author Series and our Indie Author Spotlight 

With the biweekly Indie Author Series, we'll continue our current mission where we write topics geared toward helping other indie authors. In the spirit of paying it forward, we'll make a special effort to share/promote people, sites, software, etc. that make our jobs a little easier. Whenever possible, we'll provide coupon or referral codes for discounted services from the people we depend on to help us with our writing, editing, book covers, marketing, etc. 

With the Indie Author Spotlight, we'll be interviewing a new indie author every other week. You'll want to visit the YA Indie Author Club Sponsor's sites in order to participate in any potential giveaways. 

Below, you'll find the tentative schedule for 2013. We're looking forward to your visits, comments, and support.  

2013 Topics (subject to change):
1/4/1 3 - Resolutions
1/11/1 3 - Indie Author Series: Introduction To The New Indie Author Series
1/18/1 3 - Spot Light: Laura A. H. Elliott
1/25/1 3 - Indie Author Series: Kindle/Amazon (All In or Diversify)
2/1/1 3 - Spotlight: Bryna Butler
2/8/1 3 - Indie Author Series: Nook/Barnes & Noble (What's B&N Done For You Lately)
2/15/1 3 - Spotlight: Suzy Turner
2/22/1 3 - Indie Author Series: Smashwords/All Other E-book Sites (Are They Worth It)
3/1/1 3 - Spotlight: T. R. Graves
3/8/1 3 - Indie Author Series: Author Page (Basics and Bonuses)
3/15/1 3 - Spotlight: Rachel Coles
3/22/1 3 - Indie Author Series: Goodreads (What's Good & What's Not)
3/29/1 3 - Spotlight: K. C. Blake
4/5/1 3 - Indie Author Series: Formatting (Challenges & Achievements)
4/12/1 3 - Spotlight: Melissa Pearl
4/19/1 3 - Indie Author Series: Editing (Testimonials & Warnings)
4/26/1 3 - Spotlight: Terah Edun
5/3/1 3 - Indie Author Series: Keywords & Tags (Making them Work)
5/10/1 3 - Spotlight Or Book Tour: (Looking for Author/Release/Book Tour)
5/17/1 3 - Indie Author Series: Categorizing Your Book (Finding Your Audience)
5/24/1 3 - Spotlight Or Book Tour: (Looking for Author/Release/Book Tour)
5/31/1 3 - Indie Author Series: Book Length (How Many Pages)
6/7/1 3 - Spotlight Or Book Tour: (Looking for Author/Release/Book Tour)
6/14/1 3 - Indie Author Series: Pricing (How To Decide)
6/21/1 3 - Spotlight Or Book Tour: (Looking for Author/Release/Book Tour)
6/28/1 3 - Indie Author Series: Distribution Lists (Books/Blogs/Emails)
7/5/1 3 - Spotlight Or Book Tour: (Looking for Author/Release/Book Tour)
7/12/1 3 - Indie Author Series: Social Media (What Works)
7/19/1 3 - Spotlight Or Book Tour: (Looking for Author/Release/Book Tour)
7/26/1 3 - Indie Author Series: Blogging (Do's & Don'ts)
8/2/1 3 - Spotlight Or Book Tour: (Looking for Author/Release/Book Tour)
8/9/1 3 - Indie Author Series: Giveaways (Tricks and Techniques) + A Massive Indie Author Giveaway In Honor Of The Topic
8/16/1 3 - Spotlight Or Book Tour: (Looking for Author/Release/Book Tour)
8/23/1 3 - Indie Author Series: Facebook (Family Page or Fan Page)
8/30/1 3 - Spotlight Or Book Tour: (Looking for Author/Release/Book Tour)
9/6/1 3 - Indie Author Series: Twitter (Keep It Simple OR Get As Many Followers As You Can)
9/13/1 3 - Spotlight Or Book Tour: (Looking for Author/Release/Book Tour)
9/20/1 3 - Indie Author Series: Pinterest (Getting It To Work For You)
9/27/1 3 - Spotlight Or Book Tour: (Looking for Author/Release/Book Tour)
10/4/1 3 - Indie Author Series: Giving Books Away (To Free Or Not To Free)
10/11/1 3 - Spotlight Or Book Tour: (Looking for Author/Release/Book Tour)
10/18/1 3 - Indie Author Series: Reviews (Getting Them & What To Do With Them)
10/25/1 3 - Spotlight Or Book Tour: (Looking for Author/Release/Book Tour)
11/1/1 3 - Indie Author Series: Writing (Point Of View & Tense)
11/8/1 3 - Spotlight Or Book Tour: (Looking for Author/Release/Book Tour)
11/15/1 3 - Indie Author Series: Querying (Pitch & Summary)
11/22/1 3 - Spotlight Or Book Tour: (Looking for Author/Release/Book Tour)
11/29/1 3 - OFF
12/6/1 3 - Indie Author Series: Sagas (Series Or Not)
12/13/1 3 - Indie Author Series: Shelfari (Character Description Benefits)
12/20/1 3 - OFF
12/27/1 3 - OFF