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Stephen G. Lonefeather

French Canadian, Ukranian, Ojibwe, Sioux Transplant from Canadian ancestors, to Minnesota, to Oregon, to Alaska. I guide tourists...
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M. M. Koenig

M. M. Koenig was born and raised in Minnesota. She now lives in the Twin Cities area with...
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Barbara Billig

Barbara Griffin Billig graduated from Washington University in St. Louis at age nineteen with a degree in biology...
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James Minter

James has only been writing fiction for the last four years.  Prior to this he has written many...
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JM Libby

I'm the mother of two great kids, first and foremost. In 2008, I received my Bachelor of Arts degree...
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figuratio is an Australian author living in Wollongong, south of Sydney. He is married with three grown-up children....
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  • Just Tell Me When I'm Dead

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  • Chris Bent  front Cover -Vol2 - Smallest Size For Upload On The Net
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  • Through the Fire
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  • Stand

RSS The Indie Writer’s Guide

  • A Second Life for a First Novel, Using Professional Editors December 10, 2014
    Anyone paying attention knows that the book publishing industry is undergoing tremendous change.  The result is that a book you see on the shelf of a bookstore, or at a reading, may have been produced by an entire team of publishing professionals in New York, or a team of professionals working independently for a self-published […]
  • How to make Wattpad work for you as an author December 5, 2014
    Wattpad's not great for making sales--but it IS a great place for getting critiques and feedback, if you're willing to invest the time.
    Kessie Carroll
  • Fantastic Terminology November 28, 2014
    One of the great challenges in the depiction of worlds and phenomena distant from reality as we know it is mastering the art of the coinage. It’s not easy; take it from a writer who’s struggled with it for thirty years. Some science fiction writers are truly gifted at this art. Larry Niven, in his […]
    Francis Poretto
  • Writing or Wrestling? November 26, 2014
    Sometimes writing feels more like a wrestling match. Here are some basic tips to help you be more creative and stay happy.
    Judy Nickles
  • 3 simple ways to market your published fiction November 24, 2014
    Three simple ways to market your fiction, courtesy of Write, Publish, Repeat.
    Kessie Carroll
  • On Thrillers November 21, 2014
    As an indie writer, I take an interest in other indies, their achievements, and the degree of success they experience. Many indies craft thrillers by preference. That might be because that’s the genre they most enjoy; indeed, I’d say that’s the overwhelmingly most common reason. But sadly, most of those writers haven’t bothered to master […]
    Francis Poretto

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