Indie Monday

Today’s guest: Jean Davis With so many cancellations of in-person author events due to World War C, I’m devoting my blog to Indie Monday interviews for the coming months to help my fellow authors with promotion. I’ll be featuring indie and small-press authors who produce quality work outside the boundaries and strictures of the traditionalContinue reading “Indie Monday”

Indie Monday

Today’s guest: D. A. Reed With so many cancellations of in-person author events due to World War C, I’m devoting my blog to Indie Monday interviews for the coming months to help my fellow authors with promotion. I’ll be featuring indie and small-press authors who produce quality work outside the boundaries and strictures of theContinue reading “Indie Monday”

Indie Monday

Today’s guest: Ingar Rudholm On occasional Mondays, I’ll be featuring other authors on my blog—authors who produce quality work outside the boundaries and strictures of the traditional mass-produced, mass-marketed commercial publishing world and traditional bookstore shelves. Today I’m proud to feature Ingar Rudholm. Ingar is the author of two books, the Traveling Circus (2017), andContinue reading “Indie Monday”

Indie Monday

Today’s guest: Jordan Scavone On occasional Mondays, I’ll be featuring other authors on my blog—authors who produce quality work outside the boundaries and strictures of the traditional mass-produced, mass-marketed commercial publishing world and traditional bookstore shelves. Today I’m delighted to feature Jordan Scavone. After receiving his undergraduate degree in Children’s Literature and Theater for theContinue reading “Indie Monday”