Author Interviews

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...

Bobby Nash

When did you begin indie publishing? I’ve been working in the comic book market since 1992. My first novel came out in 2005 from an indie press...

Mya Kay

When did you begin indie publishing? 2012 How did you make the choice to go indie? After over 100 rejections from agents and publishers, I decided to...

Chris Bent Author Interview Part 2 | Former Navy SEAL Author | Former Navy SEAL Book | Leadership

Transcript: Today I’m talking with Chris Bent. Tell me about your book. Rather personal…the book can almost be summed up in the very first...

Chris Bent Author Interview Part 3 | Former Navy SEAL Author | Former Navy SEAL Book | Inspiration

Transcript: Interviewer: What else do you want to tell me? Yeah, we’re blessed to have a successful business, Best Of Everything, and we’v...

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Word of the Day


Word Formnoun
DefinitionA gathering, flowing, or meeting together at one juncture or point.
UsageHe had long noted that the greatest disasters were rarely the result of one misfortune but were the result of a confluence of several of them.
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