An Interview with Indie Author Martin Crosbie

indie author interview with Martin CrosbieAuthors are known for talking to themselves – and now, yes, even interviewing themselves. Martin Crosbie interviews Martin Crosbie on self-publishing, Amazon, and the evolution of indie author books.


Yes, Martin?

You self-published your first book in 2011. What’s been the most significant change in Indie publishing since then? Continue reading “An Interview with Indie Author Martin Crosbie”

Book Brief: Hera, Queen of Gods

Hera, Queen of Gods
by T.D. Thomas
Genre: contemporary fantasy
Word count: 115, 091

The Fates are missing.

Hera has no choice but to lead a handful of gods to the human world to search for the missing goddesses, even though it means giving up her powers and temporarily becoming mortal.

But mortality begins to change Hera in unexpected ways, and it gets much worse after she meets Justin, a boy who defies every prejudice she once had about mortals. Torn between who she’s becoming and who she needs to be in order to fulfill her duty, Hera must survive a horde of murderous creatures sent to exploit her new weakness.

In the end, only she can stop a traitorous plot conceived by a secret alliance of ancient and new enemies, a plot that threatens to destroy not only the order Hera is sworn to protect, but all of existence itself.

This book is available from Amazon.

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Book Brief: Transition Man

The Griffin Chronicles: Transition Man
 by Jon Pew
Genre: Fantasy/ Urban Fantasy
Word count:106,000+

The fabled war in heaven has finally come to an end! Seven powerful angels of God and their armies have won the fight and cast the devil and his minions to earth. The struggle for the souls of men intensifies to epic proportions with Transition Men at the heart of the battle.

The most powerful Transition Man ever to exist is Wesley Griffin. Welsey is the king pin of the Las Vegas underworld. When a deal goes bad for one of his girls and begs for his help, he refuses. To avenge his betrayal, she kills him. After his death, he finds darkness at the end of the tunnel and is sent back to earth by an evil power. Upon his return to life, he comes face to face with who he has been, and the slumbering hero inside him awakens. Wesley tries to use his new power to dominate all life no matter the cost. The noble Griffin fights to redeem Wesley’s evil and change his colors. Who will win the internal struggle? Find out in the action-packed story of the Transition Man

This title is available from Amazon, Little Acorns Publishing and Books-A-Million.

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Book Brief: The Tapestry of Spirit

The Tapestry of Spirit
by Erik Paul Rocklin
Genre: Literary fiction / spiritual fiction
Word count: 50,000

“While there are many that journey who seek, not all that travel will find, for they are bound by what they have been taught and not of what they know.”
— from The Tapestry of Spirit.

An enchanting, allegorical tale with insights of enduring relevance, The Tapestry of Spirit presents an artfully layered story of an orphan boy following a dream — a dream of a meeting in the East with a mystical figure known as the Mage. A seemingly coincidental encounter the day after the dream introduces the boy to an old man, summoned by the power of the boy’s dream, to serve as his guide and protector during the journey. Along the way, some of the boy’s encounters include a wise, elderly Sage, a blind Seer, a captive boy Monk, a grieving Mother, and a dying Father. And through these encounters, the boy learns of the power of dreams, the value of trust and belief, the vision of the heart, and the capacity of every individual to help in the healing of the World. As the boy journeys to seek the Mage, he comes to understand that in doing so, he also seeks his Destiny Thread, and ultimately, how it returns to the universal wisdom that is The Tapestry of Spirit.

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