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***Originally posted by Jerry Benns on Rymfire Books*** Rymfire author Armand Rosamilia, author of the Dying Days series, has launched the Authors Supporting Our Troops (A.S.O.T) book drive. Rosamilia is reaching out to fellow authors and publishers to seek donations of … Continue reading
As some of you may or may not have seen, earlier in the month a Traditionally Published (from now on TP) author posted a blog about her earnings, attempting to dispel the myth that authors are the rich super-stars we … Continue reading
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month and Author Kristie Cook is asking us to “Share the <3″! 1 in 4 women and 1 in 7 men just in the United States have been victims of severe physical violence by an … Continue reading
Well, that was a trip! September was Indie-Credible! When I first got the idea to host Indie Authors for a month, I thought it would be small, and would be lucky to have one post per weekday. Now I look … Continue reading
Genres: Adult, Fantasy, Paranormal Romance, Urban Fantasy, YA Hey yall! Was August as busy for you as it was for me? I’ve read quite a few books that I’ve been dying to read but don’t have too much to say … Continue reading