Today's Indie Interviewee is Terez Peipins, a fellow mystery writer whose novel Snow Clues was inspired by her work at a publishing company. Hi, Terez. Welcome to Read A Lot. Q: Had you always planned on becoming a published author? It’s something I always dreamed of but I wouldn’t say I planned. Q: What inspired [...]
It's been a few weeks since I last did an update, but I've been so focused on getting A Woman Scorned finished, I've been trying to limit my distractions and allowing myself near the internet would definitely be a HUGE distraction. Plus my May book haul (check my Instagram account here for details) has me [...]
-You know, that's not what an apology sounds like. -Bite me.
Reposting my plea for authors interested in taking part in my Indie Interview series brought quite a bit of response as well as testing my organisational skills. Ten of you wonderful people got in touch, and despite the minor freak out I had when I woke up on Thursday morning and saw all those Contact forms, [...]
Okay, I'l play along. What self-created drama are you whining on about now?
I’m reblogging this because I don’t have any interviews left to schedule. If you’ve been interviewed by me before and wanted to do it again because you’ve released another book, I’d love to have you back. Or if you’d like to do a guest post on writing or reading, I’d love to hear your ideas.
It’s been a while since I did any Indie Interviews on here, so I thought I’d let you all know that I’m always happy to help out other indie authors, and if you want to take part in a Q&A with me or do a guest post on writing or books, feel free to let me know via the contact form.
I know how difficult it is to promote your book, and how frustrating it is when you find a website offering promotions which cost more than it did to publish your book, which is why I decided to let my new followers (and remind the others) that Indies are always welcome here.
There are no deadlines or criteria or anything, so your questions will be uploaded here as soon as you get them back to me and I can type them up, and there will be a post on Instagram about…
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-This ritual has not been used for at least a century. -But it's still possible right?
Blurb: 1978: Morris Bellamy is a reader so obsessed by America’s iconic author John Rothstein that he is prepared to kill for a trove of notebooks containing at least one more unpublished novel. 2009: Pete Saubers, a boy whose father was brutally injured by a stolen Mercedes, discovers a buried trunk containing cash and Rothstein’s [...]
We're here, at 500 (!!!!) likes and 17 (!!) Indie Interviews. Thank you so much for your continued support, your comments, and general awesomeness. A blog isn't the same without a community, and I would have given up with Read A Lot a long time ago if I didn't have all of you wonderful human [...]
Since making a Pinterest account a few months ago, I've started relying on it for a lot of things, including prompts and character ideas. But if you don't have a Pinterest account, you can't get access to people's boards, so I decided to share some of my favourite (and most useful) sites here so that [...]