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Morgan Bell

Morgan Bell is a young Australian woman, born in Melbourne, Victoria in 1981. She attended school in regional areas of New South Wales, including the Northern Rivers, the South Coast, and Newcastle. She currently lives in Sydney and works in Local Government as an engineer. Bell is university educated in...
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Chris Bent

Chris Bent graduated from Yale and became a Navy SEAL in Underwater Demolition Team 21 which eventually became Seal Team 4 in 1984. He had the honor of recovering several spacecraft, including Gemini 6/7 & AS-201, the very first Apollo Spacecraft to go into space. After the Navy his colorful...
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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 her loving dog Marley. She is a graduate of the University of Minnesota with a Bachelors of Science in Sociology. She pays the bills as a customer service representative at a major...
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Gary Eddings

I retired as a Fire Department EMS Division Chief in 2005 and then began to write seriously in 2009. I write contemporary Native American suspense/thriller/crime fiction because I was so interested in how the varieties of tribal cultures have evolved and interacted with other cultures they must coexist with. I...
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Featured Fiction

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  • Erik and the dragon
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Notable Nonfiction

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RSS The Indie Writer’s Guide

  • The Viewpoint Wars August 24, 2014
    Your choice of viewpoint mode will do just as much to determine the flavor of your story as your skill with words. Make sure you know your options, and which one suits you and your tale best.
    Francis Poretto
  • Five senses improve your scene August 22, 2014
    As writers, we spend a lot of time on plotting, character building and building conflicts. But when it comes time to start writing the scenes, the aspect that is most important in my opinion is that the readers should be able to visualize the scene perfectly in their mind. It is only then they will be engrossed in the story and would be curious to read more.
    Aditi Chopra
  • Article writing at home – Motivational tips August 17, 2014
    If you work from home as a writer, the chances are you have already worked out strategies of your own to get optimum results. Maybe its just me, but sometimes I find it hard to fight distraction during the day as the work piles up and the deadlines loom.  I put together this list of my top tips in the hope it will increase other writers productivity too.
    Anita-Jayne Bevan
  • 5 Great Websites for Writers August 15, 2014
    There are thousands of websites available for writers and want-to-be writers. The range from blogs to magazines to how-to’s to everything in between is staggering! Here is a short list of some great websites for writers that I keep coming back to time and time again. Be sure to let me know what websites you love, too! The Write Life: Helping Writers Create,
    Alex Zamorski
  • Author’s inspiration August 8, 2014
    I was just reflecting back on past few months to understand where my inspiration for fictional stories are coming from. Needless to say, one should read enough in one’s genre of interest to not only improve the writing craft but also for creative inspiration. I haven’t read enough this year but have been watching plenty of drama shows on Netflix since I want
    Aditi Chopra

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  • Edit for Indies Editorial Services

    Edit for Indies offers writers polished, accurate editing with a fast turnaround! I am a published novelist myself who specializes in copyediting and proofing both fiction and nonfiction for indie authors. Clients I’ve worked with lately include Aditi Chopra, Donna Flynn, Melinda Killen, Joshua Phillips, and many others. Genres are welcome, including YA, sci-fi, and paranormal. Check out my website to view my reasonable rates. I invoice via PayPal.
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    Former teacher has red pen handy!   I offer professional editing and proofreading services, and I keep it simple.  My rates are affordable and my customer service is top notch.  I am skilled at editing in a variety of genres, including technical writing and non-fiction. Contact me at and let’s talk more about your project and your editing needs.    
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