IV’s Julia Park Tracey Wins Top Honors at NW Book Fest

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Hey, readers, here’s news from the world of book festivals about one of our own IndieVisible authors. GREAT NORTHWEST NAMES “REACHING FOR THE MOON” FOR TOP HONORS LOS ANGELES: March 10, 2014 ―The diary of a Roaring Twenties Portland teen is the grand prize winner of the Great Northwest Book Festival, which honors the best of the late winter/spring. Editor … 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: 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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Indie Author’s Dream Comes True: Interview with Susan Salluce

Susan Salluce

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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Spoonful, by Chris Mendius

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Reviewed by Elizabeth Beechwood  Spoonful, by Chris Mendius, promises to be a gritty account of a junkie’s life going down the toilet with the opening line, ‘Nobody ever says, “When I grow up, I want to be a junkie.”’ And Mendius follows through on this promise with Michael Lira’s journey into addiction. From that first line to the last—“Fuck it.”—Michael … Read More

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