It’s about that time. Spooky Season is coming to the Author Podcast Show and it’s my favorite! So, in honor of Spooky Season, I’d like to feature several writers and their unique horror stories on my podcast show. Below is the criteria and submission guidelines!
Who doesn’t like a steamy romance with a little crime? Mr. Black by author Nancy Brown is a great start to this book series. Just take a look at the review I left for it on Amazon!
This shouldn’t come as a big surprise but Witch Trials: Secrets of Loudun is getting a sequel! I’m currently working on it and I hope to have it out by fall of 2022. The first few chapters are finished and my beta reader is eagerly awaiting them. Let’s just say, it’s one hell of a ride.
The book itself is a collection of short stories which makes up an anthology. It features a plethora of various authors – some more well-known and others who are just starting to take a dive into getting published.
If you’ve been listening to my podcast, you probably already know the little mini series I’ve been working on. Every Friday, I make a podcast episode, and my current ones are featuring different tropes from different book genres.
Most anything goes! I don’t think any indie author should be barred based on the genre they write in. However, there are a few things that might not pass inspection. Here’s what they are:
Calling all Indie authors! My blog will soon be host to Lauren’s Indie Book Club where I support new, aspiring, and seasoned writers just like you and me! Coming August 2021!
I’m always testing new ideas when it comes to marketing books and when I do, I’m sure to let you all know the results. So, this past week I thought I’d test out Amazon’s marketing for books enrolled in KDP Select. Here’s what I learned.
It’s no secret that I’m attracted to the dark and macabre. A lesser known fact would be that I’ve been a practicing witch for over half my life. I recently released my first witchcraft journal in a brand new series of journals specifically for the new or seasoned witch.
Indie publishing methods (and indie authors) are growing in numbers because we want to share our stories the way they were originally meant to be told. And many of us would agree that publishing books isn’t about the money, but simply about telling and spreading our stories.