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I will definitely digg it and personally recommend to my friends. Certainly worth bookmarking for revisiting. I wonder how so much attempt you put to create one of these wonderful informative web site. This blog was… how do you say it? Many thanks! Congratulations to everyone for their fantastic achievements. Under another title, a previous draft of the book was shortlisted for The Impress Prize for new Writers. For me, that launch was unbelievable, and a long time coming, but I hesitated to mention it beside all those stellar outcomes above. Currently, all four books are being considered for translation in India, Romania and Brazil.
I was invited to join Wessex Writers group and contribute to their monthly on-line magazine. Am preparing for an international radio interview and 2 more non-fiction books being released in January. Anticipation is high for more and better publishing opportunities in It was a dream come true and it marks the beginning of my writing journey. I am thrilled to see all these successes and so happy to have chosen the path of Indie publishing. Gratifying does not cover it. And hats off to all the incredible Indie authors out there making history! Fact is—the industry has changed, for good. Thanks for the mention Orna!
When I came up with the idea of an indie author only bookstore in Nov of , I had no idea that at the start of , I would have 2 locations and work with hundreds of authors around the world and meet such champions of the indie movement like you. What a great journey so far! Since , I have published 6 novels. The 4 WW2 thrillers are all selling steadily, amounting to close to 40, sales so far. The Black Orchestra series has been picked up by Tantor Media for conversion to audio. It is currently one of their best sellers.
Sub-agents in Istanbul are are currently trying to place it with a Turkish publisher. Set up a publishing company in July and published my first two books, Loreless and Complicated Blue.
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Looking forward to putting out many more in The Nationalists. The Scribe. I feel a blog post of my own coming on, but let me point out quickly here that the gauntlet of constant rejection perpetrated by traditional publishing has kept many a good writer from even trying to get their work published. This was me. I was a fiction writer for fifteen years before I got up the nerve to send out my first query email.
I hit send and then promptly ran into the bathroom and threw up. The thought of how much rejection I would have to endure before finding an agent much less a publisher literally made me sick. Fortunately, indie publishing was taking off and I decided to take that path.
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Five years later, I am one of those midlist authors making a decent living off my books. And in , I had my first bestseller, book one in my new mystery series about a trainer of service dogs for veterans with PTSD! Congrats to all my fellow ALLi members for your successes and to all indie authors everywhere for having the guts to follow your dream! Congratulations to everybody! I spent most of preparing my second novel for self-publication in March.
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Wishing us all a very indie-successful ! Lots of successes and delighted to add mine to the list.
My third Archer and Baines crime novel, Evil Unseen, was published in January and all three in the series have rarely been outside the Kindle Serial Killers top The first Archer and Baines novel, The Scars Beneath the Soul, was a Bookmuse recommended read and my ghost story, The Sobbing Child, won first prize in the Chiltern Writers short story competition judged by award-winning novelist and short story writer Margaret Morton Kirk.
Good wishes to all for Wow, so proud and pleased to be part of this community! Congratulations to all these excellent writers! I was fortunate to hit the USA Today bestseller list with Killer Pursuit and sold my six book middle grade series for Russian and Azerbaijani translation. It has been republished now. Writing with her trademark warmth and humour, Amanda takes us into her life as nine-year-old Miles gets his first flock, Reuben takes up the flugelhorn and she gives birth to a new baby girl.
She is touched by the epic two-day journey of a mother sheep determined to find her lamb and gives a new home to an ageing and neglected horse. Meanwhile Clive is almost arrested on a midnight stakeout to catch a sheep-worrying dog and becomes the object of affection for a randy young bull. Funny, poignant and charming, A Year in the Life of the Yorkshire Shepherdess is a must for anyone interested in the countryside and those who farm it. Tara North is living the dream.
Her new life in the idyllic small mountain town of Big Spruce, Washington is thriving, and she has found real love at last with striking Native American Shasta King. But something valuable is missing: her loyal, crazy, New York friends, Giselle and Simon. When a new business venture provides an exciting opportunity for Giselle to join her, and an unexpected, melodramatic reaction from Simon brings all three friends back together again, Tara feels complete once more.
Just when things seem to be coming together, an unidentified body is discovered. Shasta becomes the prime suspect, and suddenly becomes a target for someone with a score to settle: but why is he being framed, and what do the powerful Buchanan family really want in Big Spruce? In the past promises had been made and broken. Can anyone be trusted to keep their word, or will revenge make that an impossible task? Daniel is more than distracted. He is intrigued. Never has he met anyone as dismissive, argumentative… as downright infuriating.
A dare from Maggie is all it takes. Daniel volunteers at a food kitchen. There, his eyes are opened to the plight of the poor. Their families are going hungry.
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Their mutual sacrifices put them on opposite sides of a revolution. Can their love survive? This seaside town holds more secrets than you could ever imagine. However, it is the permanent residents of this pretty coastal town who cause net curtains to flutter and tongues to wag, with their myriad of secrets and tales to be told. Caught up in their midst, the Thomases live their lives regardless, checking guests in and checking guests out. One family. Two mothers.
Which one will they choose? One ordinary morning, Norah Wells walked out of her house on Willoughby Street and never looked back. Six years later, she returns to the home she left only to find another woman in her place. Now that Norah has returned, everyone has questions.
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