We are pleased to announce that author A.C. (Andrea) Flory will be joining the staff of Indies Unlimited as a contributor.
A.C.Flory is an Australian writer who detoured in teaching and technical writing before finding her niche in science fiction. Her other passions include biology and genetics, foreign languages, opera, video games, four-legged animals and food. Her written work includes user manuals for off the shelf software and a debut science fiction novel titled Vokhtah. Learn more about author A.C. Flory at her blog, Meeka’s Mind, or her Amazon author page.
Aside from being an author, beta-reader, and blogger, Andrea is one of the most supportive and positive people we know. Please join us in extending a warm Indies Unlimited welcome to A.C.
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Imagine for a moment that you have been invited to a costume party especially for authors.
You must dress in a costume that reflects the kind of writing you do. If you write in more than one genre, your costume must incorporate some element from each genre.
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