Bartleby Snopes Writing Contest: Dialogue Only!

If you like a challenge and love great dialogue, this one might be for you. The FIfth Annual Bartleby Snopes Writing Contest wants stories told in dialogue only. No set directions, no fancy descriptions, not even any of that he said/she said business. Just dialogue. Under 2000 words.

Prizes:  First prize: $250 and publication; Honorable Mentions (4): $10 plus publication.

Reading fee:  $10.00.

Deadline is September 15, 2013 (So get going!) For more information, please visit their website.

Indies Unlimited is pleased to provide this contest information for the convenience of our readers. We do not, however, endorse this or any contest/competition. Entrants should always research a competition prior to entering.

Gratitude and Competition – A Combination That Makes Us Better

embrace gratitude to help you achieve everything in lifeI was grateful for Martin Crosbie’s post on editing the other day. In his post he said, I believe that I’m not only competing with other self-published books for the reader’s attention, but also with every other book out there, including traditionally published books.”

This reminded me of something I read a while back. Former Olympic champion Carl Lewis wrote in his autobiography that he felt grateful to his competitors. Without the competitors, he would not have been personally challenged enough to reach the heights that he reached. Continue reading “Gratitude and Competition – A Combination That Makes Us Better”

Quantum: Event Horizon

Quantum: Event Horizon
by Zac McNabb
Available from Amazon.
There is an enigmatic secret that binds humanity together and is the basis of all world religions, ancient cultures, secret societies and modern civilization. Its foundation is both based in faith and science and can be used as a tool to save the world or destroy it.

Sam finds himself thrust in the middle of a new war between The Sixth Order and The Dominion who are vying for control of this secret. The Dominion, led by Marshall Vanth, now control fantastic new technology that will ensure their victory – and Sam may be the only one who can stop them.

First, though, Sam must determine what he really is…and if The Sixth Order truly deserves his help!


What Did You Do This Summer – New Releases

Everyone asks that, don’t they: what did you do this summer? Clearly, some people were very busy writing! Check out these new indie releases!

Triple Dog DareTriple Dog Dare by K. S. Brooks and Stephen Hise

When a man has to recover a superstar doggie from the woman he secretly loves, hilarity ensues.

Triple Dog Dare is available through and Amazon UK.


How I Sold 30,000 eBooks on Amazon’s Kindle
by Martin Crosbie

Learn how to position yourself for a run at the bestseller lists and how to adjust and tweak your strategy as Amazon changes their systems.

How I Sold 30,000 eBooks… is available through and Amazon UK.

Space Available by K. Rowe

The science fiction novel “Space Available” follows Dar Meltom as he continues his exploration of space known and unknown.

Space Available is available at, Smashwords, and Amazon UK.


Hannigan’s Fight by JD Mader

JD Mader’s Hannigan’s Fight picks up where The Biker left off. Right around the corner from Awesome St., next to the two dudes fighting.

Hannigan’s Fight is available at and Amazon UK.


The Last Breath of Innocence by Anna Cartman

After the death of her parents, five year old Keeley is sent to live with her eccentric Nana, cut off from the rest of the world.

The Last Breath of Innocence is available at and Amazon UK.