A Season for YOU

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by Christina Mercer Ah, the change of seasons. In the Northern Hemisphere, October brings many of us the changing leaves, summer’s harvest, and the promise of cozy times with our loved ones. Some would also say Halloween/All Hallow’s Eve brings us nature’s New Year, when we head into that dark phase before a new dawn. The days grow shorter and … 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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A Quest to Write: Part Two

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As part of our continuing QUEST to support Christina Mercer in the launch of Arrow in the Mist, Stephanie Naman posed the question: “What’s been the biggest obstacle you’ve encountered in your QUEST to become a published author, and what transformations have you made to overcome these obstacles?” Here’s Part Two of our discussion: Amy McElroy: Writing memoir/personal non-fiction, my … Read More

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A Quest to Write

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In our QUEST to support Christina Mercer in the launch of Arrow in the Mist, we’re blogging about QUESTS. When I posed the question: “What’s been the biggest obstacle you’ve encountered in your QUEST to become a published author, and what transformations have you made to overcome these obstacles?” the answers were so rich and plentiful, I turned this SympOsium … 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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Visit…My Big Imagination

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by Chelsea Starling At the age of three, I had a best friend named Jay. With his big-eyed, wispy-haired, froggy-voiced sister Julie, and Lucas, the tow-headed vegetarian spawn of a real live hippie (who wore a sign around his neck that said: “don’t feed me” in case any carnivorous mom tried to give him a hot dog) and eventually with … Read More

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