Author Interviews

Chris Bent Author Interview Part 6 | Former Navy SEAL Author | Former Navy SEAL Stories | Motivation

Transcript: Interviewer: Okay, anything you’d like to say about working with the SEALS guys? I guess I’d say your manhood is defined by wh...

Darren White

When did you begin indie publishing? At the start of October 2013, with the release of my sci-fi / horror anthology “Memes of Loss and Devotion...

Joseph Rinaldo

When did you begin indie publishing? About nine years ago. How did you make the choice to go indie? I did try the traditional route first, but I found...

Chris Bent Author Interview Part 5 | Former Navy SEAL Author | Former Navy SEAL Stories | Motivation

Transcript: Interviewer: So I noticed you’ve got this wall here with all these photos on it; what is this Chris? Well, my wife made the big mist...

Francis W. Porretto

When did you begin indie publishing? My first venture took place late in 2010, at the SmashWords eBook publishing website. The novel was Which Art In...

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Audience Participation

     These days, a writer who allows it will get plenty of feedback from his readers. I encourage it; it helps me to know what I’m doing badly, what I’m doing well, and what I could try that I haven’t yet thought to do. But there are pitfalls to the practice, some of which are less than obvious.      For one thing, people who merely want to piss you off have as much access to you as those interested in an honest exchange. I’ve received a fair amount of suc ...

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Word of the Day


Word Formnoun
DefinitionAny of various mollusks of the class Gastropoda, such as the snail, slug, cowrie, or limpet, characteristically having a single, usually coiled shell or no shell at all, a ventral muscular foot for locomotion, and eyes and feelers located on a distinct head.
UsageThe sound of a shell crushing beneath his foot told him that he had just caused a gastropod"s demise.
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