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Some time ago, I published a piece telling aspiring authors “Ten Reasons You Should Skip Traditional Publishers and Self-Publish Ebooks Instead.” Yet despite the clear advantages of “indie” over “traditional” publishing, the prospect of “DIY” publishing still scares the … Continue reading →
Whenever I hear someone denigrating the self-publishing option, I think of the many tales of woe that I read and heard over the years from traditionally published authors — stories that discouraged me, for a long time, from writing … Continue reading →
Joe Konrath, the bad-boy guru of self-publishing, utterly demolishes another piece of nonsense written against Amazon.com by author Scott Turow, president of the Authors Guild. Turow trots out every tired liberal cliche about the alleged evils and “threats” posed … Continue reading →
I first spotted Helen Hanson’s thriller titles on Amazon, and what especially caught my eye were the stellar ratings they are getting from readers. It’s clear that this indie author has studied her craft, and I knew that she … Continue reading →
As an aspiring thriller writer, I kept noticing the bold, brassy covers of books by one Mel Comley sitting high in the genre bestseller rankings on Amazon. I was impressed by this indie author’s considerable creative output, dominated by … Continue reading →
I noticed Stephen England and his work pretty early during my own efforts to become an “indie” author. His Pandora’s Grave was attracting comment, and when I checked out his feisty online comments, I found that he sounded a … Continue reading →
Photos by Brian Killigrew In Part 1 of this interview, Vince Flynn recalled the long struggle that culminated in his becoming a best-selling author of riveting political thrillers. He also revealed the origins of his iconic counterterrorism hero, Mitch … Continue reading →
Photos by Brian Killigrew In Part 1 of my interview with Vince Flynn, the #1 New York Times political-thriller author revealed his unlikely path to becoming a successful writer; his stubborn determination to overcome all obstacles in order to … Continue reading →
Photos by Brian Killigrew Vince Flynn has spun many compelling yarns, but his own story may be the most inspiring. It’s the tale of a kid from a big Midwestern family who battled dyslexia to become—through sheer grit and determination—one … Continue reading →
Reviewers and admirers—including his fellow authors—have called #1 New York Times best-selling author Brad Thor “the master of thrillers,” “as current as tomorrow’s headlines,” and “quite possibly the next coming of Robert Ludlum.” Suspense magazine described him as “arguably the … Continue reading →