Night Oracle: Read and Sip


Nanea Hoffman of Sweatpants and Coffee created a specialty cocktail to go along with J.P. Rose’s new romantic suspense novel, Night Oracle.    NIGHT ORACLE Nan Troy’s dreams come true, but she sure as hell wishes they wouldn’t; they’re destroying her chances at love and the lives of those around her. Cal Banks hates to close his eyes; that’s when … Read More

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Genre Writing for St. Valentine

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Some of my best friends are genre writers. In fact, several of my best friends are my Indie-Visible colleagues, and some of us are drafting genre novels this month. Not just any genre novels—for most of us, we’re writing our debut genre novels. Although it’s the first time we debut genre writers have undertaken to hew to the specific formulae … 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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Taking Heart, by Wilette Youkey


Reviewed by Jordan E. Rosenfeld Though I’m a girl who spent a disproportionate amount of time writing in diaries about boys, I’m still surprised by a fresh take on the “boy meets girl” trope. In Wilette Youkey’s novel, Taking Heart, the heroine’s love is already dead when we meet her. Well, that got my attention. Bakery-owner Ren is grieving the … Read More

jordanTaking Heart, by Wilette Youkey