Being an indie author has been one of the most amazing experiences of my life. There are moments, though, that make me second guess every move I have made so far. That cycle of self-doubt/fear can stop me from making moves that I know will push me ahead. I know many other indies struggle with … Continue reading Time for change
Amazon Link What are your published works, and what are you working on? I have a lot going on right now. I’ve relaunched my first zombie trilogy, Forget the Zombies, with all new covers and released a boxset of the series, which has become a personal bestselker. I’m also currently in the editing stage of … Continue reading R.J Spears #ReanimatedWriters Interview
What are your published works, and what are you working on? My first published work is a horror / mystery / culture-clash / coming-of age novel - The Witch's List. Sandy Beech doesn't believe in witches and the supernatural. However, certain strange events occur which put his scepticism to the test: a burning … Continue reading Andrew Cairns #FridayFrights Interview
Free Comic Book Day at the Hamilton Mall was a success! We thoroughly enjoyed the conversation, sights, and events that went on all day long. Thank you to Level Up Entertainment (http://levelupentertainment.com/ or https://www.facebook.com/levelupentertainment) and Farpoint Toys (https://www.facebook.com/farpointtoys?fref=ts) for putting on such an amazing event! Over 3,500 people came out to enjoy a no … Continue reading Free Comic Book Day 2015
Band of Dystopian Authors and Fans I am so lucky to have found this Facebook Group. They are a great resource for authors, but also for fans of dystopian, post-apocalyptic, paranormal, zombies, ect. The link I posted below brings you to a directory of the authors in this group! As a reader I am thrilled … Continue reading Band of Dystopian Authors Directory
http://www.bookcrossing.com/journal/13296650 Bookcrossing is a great way to reach people who are adventurous about their reading and how they acquire new books. Books are labeled with a number and logged into the bookcrossing website. It reminds me of the "Where's George?" dollar bills. People find and read new books, review them and release them into the … Continue reading Bookcrossing: Reading in the Wild.