http://indieauthorsupportanddiscussion.wordpress.com/interesting-stuff/competitions/ By clicking the above link, you too can enter the first IASD Reader Competition to win one of two titles. Up for grabs are SIGNED copies of both Salby Damned, and You’re Not Alone – An Indie Author Anthology. Just answer the three questions on the site page above, email your answers to me and keep an eye on the blog for the winning entries towards the end of February when the next giveaway will be posted along with the winners of this one. In the meantime, why not browse through the titles on the site, you’ll find a … Continue reading IASD Competition – Free Books!!
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After a few hours of experimentation, I finally managed to come up with this trailer for my debut novel, Salby Damned. The trailer can be viewed via YouTube on the following link: I KNOW you’ll want to know what Nathan and Evelyn look like and I KNOW that it feels so good to be able to put images to the faces that I, as the author, have had in my mind for so long now… Enjoy! To read the story, follow the Universal Link below. My thanks to everyone for their support thus far, it has been a blast. Buy/View … Continue reading Salby Damned Promo Trailer
Fancy winning one of two prizes in February? Are you a fan of Indie Authors? How about getting your hands on signed copies of either Salby Damned or You’re Not Alone – An Indie Author Anthology? Here’s where you need to go to enter – Good Luck Enter Here You can also visit http://www.indieauthorsupportanddiscussion.worpress.com and go to ‘Interesting Stuff’ followed by ‘Competitions’ to place your entry – Good Luck!! Continue reading IASD Reader Competition 1
Harmonic Resonance – Nico Laeser. I read this book in just three days, which is pretty good going when you consider my available reading time. If you’re a fan of Nico Laeser you’ll find this book quite dark by comparison to a couple of his other works. Here’s my review posted today on Amazon, it is only a shame there are only 5 starts available to award. ***** Hell hath no fury… and we’re about to find out!, January 20, 2016 By IAN D. MOORE This review is from: Harmonic: Resonance (Kindle Edition) Hell hath no fury… Or so we all … Continue reading The Quill Pen Recommends 2
To anyone donating any amount to the family concerned, I will happily send a free digital copy of either Salby Damned or You’re Not Alone. Simply comment below with your choice and contact details. Continue reading Great Canadian Talent, and Friendship.
Here’s a new feature for my long suffering blog followers and anyone else who happens to stop by. Imaginatively titled, Quill Pen Suggests… First up, from new author Rachael Wright, her new novel The Clouds Aren’t White. Emmeline MacArthur is in the eye of the storm, a period of calm in the unstable life of political intrigue. As soon as the future looks clear, three shots from an old revolver shatter her precarious peace. In minutes Emmeline is plucked from picking dandelions with her daughter, Sophie, to standing next to the steel grave of her husband and his bullet ridden … Continue reading Quill Pen Suggests…
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You’re Not Alone: An Indie Author Anthology: Reviews Links and Excerpts, Part 4 – 100% of Proceeds to Charity (from product page description) : An international group of indie authors, inspired by the personal grief of one, decided to collaborate in the spring of 2015 in a project to create this multi-genre smorgasbord of original short stories, all with the same potent theme – relationships. Some are heartfelt, some funny, some poignant, and some are just a little bit scary – much like relationships themselves. All are by authors fired by the shared enthusiasm… Continue reading You’re Not Alone: An Indie Author Anthology: Reviews Links and Excerpts, Part 4 – 100% of Proceeds to Charity
After a very productive year which saw the anthology, You’re Not Alone born and published in collaboration with twenty-seven writers from around the globe along with support from many more, I am pleased to announce that short story entries are beginning to come in for the next collection featuring a whopping forty-three writers thus far. It promises to be another epic anthology in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support and I am excited by the prospect of being a part of it and working with so many talented writers who form members of the IASD. If you’d like to know … Continue reading Upcoming For 2016