The I.V. Interview: Becca Lawton

Rebecca Lawton on her new novel, inspired by her life as one of the first women whitewater guides in the West.

Rebecca Lawton’s debut novel, Junction, Utah, set in the resource-rich Green River valley, is available as an original e-book. She was among the first women whitewater guides on the Colorado River in Grand Canyon and on other rivers in the West. Her essay collection on the guiding life, Reading Water: Lessons from the River (Capital Books), was a San Francisco Chronicle bestseller and ForeWordNature Book of the Year finalist. Her essays, … Read More

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The I.V. Interview: Linda Pressman

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Indie-Visible is pleased to welcome indie author Linda Pressman, who will share her   experience independently publishing Looking Up: A Memoir of Sisters, Survivors and Skokie, which helped her nab first place in a huge contest for indie writers: the Writer’s Digest Self-Published Book Awards. Interviewed by Tomi L. Wiley IV: Let’s just start with the big news, since this … Read More

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The I.V. Interview: Christina Mercer

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Christina Mercer keeps bees and books, knows more about honey than anyone we’ve ever met, and writes sprawling tales of fantasy that are deeply linked to the natural world, and natural wisdom. Publisher’s Weekly said of her debut novel of YA fantasy, “well-developed characters, elegant dialogue, trickster creatures, exciting scenes of mystic battle and intriguing riddles stir up a powerful … Read More

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The I.V. Interview: J.A. Dennam

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Indie-Visible is pleased to welcome indie author J.A. Dennam, who discusses independently publishing her novels – Flesh of Angels, Flesh of the Father, and the explosively popular Truth & Humility – and how her hard work and dedication have led to the ultimate success story for many indie authors: landing an agent. Interviewed by Tomi L. Wiley IV: Let’s just … Read More

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The I.V. Interview: Jordan E. Rosenfeld, publishes Forged in Grace

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Indie-Visible co-creator Jordan E. Rosenfeld’s novel Forged in Grace is finally here! She’s an author, writing teacher, freelance journalist, and editor. For the past fifteen years Jordan has been editing and coaching other writers. Her writing guide Make a Scene (Writer’s Digest Books) has sold over 20,000 copies, and she teaches a series of popular online writing courses called Fiction’s … Read More

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My Big Oh: SympOsium. Where’s the Fire?

Welcome to the first SympOsium, Stephanie Naman’s monthly roundup of the indie-visible gang to answer a burning question, as part of My Big Oh. Ah, motivation. It’s like a bad boyfriend, sometimes. Promising you the world then refusing to commit. Disappearing for days on end, only to show up unannounced for a little late-night loving with no strings attached. As … Read More

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Indie Author’s Dream Comes True: Interview with Susan Salluce

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by Christina Mercer As a friend and writing buddy I know lots about you, but can you tell the world a little bit about yourself? I left my twelve + year profession as a therapist/grief counselor to become a writer when a fellow therapist asked the question, “What would you attempt to do if you knew you could not fail?” … Read More

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I’ve Got Some Lovin’ To Do: Julia Park Tracey

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Look who stopped in on her virtual book tour — Indie-Visible’s own Julia Park Tracey.  Julia recently edited and published her late great-aunt Doris’s diaries from the 1920s, and continues to transcribe and share them on Facebook and Twitter. Julia hopped on a train in October, traveling 3800 miles on a traditional book tour to promote  I’ve Got Some Lovin’ … Read More

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So You’re Dating a Sociopath…

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An Interview with Dr. Annabelle Charbit, author of A Life Lived Ridiculously By Stephanie Naman We’ve all been there. One minute you think a guy’s crazy about you. The next, you realize he’s just crazy. Or more precisely, a sociopath. And if you’re already living with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, well, that may be just a little bit too much disordered … Read More

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