Our Indie Author friend Rose English has taken on the task of raising money to purchase a large Christmas Gift for the children at her local hospital, Wye Valley Trust NHS in Hereford. She is doing this by writing a book which will after the Christmas period be part of a new fundraiser 'The Born … Continue reading #WriteABook for Charity
Yes folks it has been confirmed the 3rd UK Indie Lit Fest is underway Click on the logo to visit our main website for more info Applications are invited from UK Indie Authors & Poets You may NOW register your interest for this event by clicking the image Applications are already mounting, so DO NOT … Continue reading UK Indie Lit Fest 2018 is underway…
Check out this interesting blog from one of our lovely Indie Author Friends Maria Gibbs Source: What are the key ingredients that make a good love story?
#BooksWeLove ‘1066: What Fates Impose’ by Glynn Holloway is a truly remarkable read we have been fortunate enough to have Glynn as one of our Indie Author Friends who has joined us for the UK Indie Lit Fests. We are looking forward to meeting him again at the Morley Indie Book Fair on Saturday 7th October.
Nearly a thousand years ago today—951, to be exact—a battle took place at Stamford Bridge at East Riding of Yorkshire, between the English King Harold Godwinson and Norwegian Harald Hardrada. Though the Norwegian was aided by the English king’s brother Tostig, the victory went to Harold. Icelandic historian, mythologist, poet and politician Snorri Sturluson writes that before the battle a lone man rides up to Harald and Tostig with a message that the latter could re-gain his lost earldom if he turns against Hardrada. Tostig asks what King Harald would gain from this. “Seven feet of English ground, as he is taller than other men,” comes the reply. Impressed by the now-departed rider’s fearlessness, Hardrada asks Tostig who the man was. Tostig tells him this was Harold…
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Tonight at Midnight is the close of voting for this years #SummerIndieBookAwards let us cast our final votes and help give some wonderful Indie Authors the recognition they deserve. Thank You & Happy Voting 🙂
A few of my lovely Indie Author friends and I have been nomiated for this year’s Summer Indie Book Awards for which we all feel blessed. There are only a couple of days left to vote so I hope you will help me #SpreadTheWord to #ReadMoreIndie and vote for your favourites.
Anthology ‘Ghostly Writes’ click HERE
Two of my lovely Indie Author Friends have their stories in the Children’s Category so if you wish to vote for both you need to do this together same day same time
Children’s Category ‘A Home for Emy’ by Chris Turnbull vote HERE
Children’s Category ‘Dragon Lightning’ by Jenny S. Burke click HERE
Horror Category ‘Dead Normal’ by DM Singh vote HERE
Mystery Category ‘The Curse of Arundel Hall’ by J New click HERE
Paranormal Category ‘Crimson Moon’ by Sherri A Wingler vote HERE
Romance Category ‘Stolen Dreams’ by Maddie Wade click HERE
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Some wonderful Indie Books nominated in the Young Adult Category of the Summer Indie Book Awards Click to vote HERE 16 Myths by Aim Ruivivar A Boy Like You by Ginger Scott A Tangled Web by M L Sparrow Beyond the Stars: The Lost Child by Angela Morales Blood Lust YA (Undead Unit YA 3) … Continue reading #SIBA Summer Indie Book Awards Young Adult
Oh we are great fans of Time Travel stories and love the work of our Indie Author Friend Chris Turnbull This year his nominated book in the Time Travel Category is 'Carousel' We LOVE this book The other books in the category are listed below Click HERE to vote A Love Beyond Time by Bella … Continue reading #SIBA Summer Indie Book Awards Time Travel
Here are the Indie Books in the Summer Indie Book Awards category Thriller Click HERE to vote A Tale of a Rough Diamond by P.J. Mann Amstel Girl by Marco Marek Anchor by Nicole Blanchard Blood: Curse (Blood 1.1) by D.S. Wrights Bound (The Mystery of Landon Miller book 2) by R.M. Gauthier Cain - … Continue reading #SIBA Summer Indie Book Awards Thriller
We love short stories they are great when you have so little time that you don't want to start a full length novel. Although we do know there are readers out there who are not great fans, but each to there own. We are voting for 'Lost Love in Spring' by Rose English it's almost … Continue reading #SIBA Summer Indie Book Awards Short Stories
Just three nominees for the Self Help category Vote HERE One Good Reason by Erin Lee The Lion and the Peacock: How I Conquered Anxiety by Jennifer Peacock-Smith Victor or Victim by YM Zachery Happy Voting