Anatomy of a Book: Choosing and Organizing Your Writing- Christine Ray

When I first contemplated choosing pieces and organizing them for Composition of a Woman, I naively thought it would be fairly quick and straightforward process.  I had recently served as the editor for an art show chapbook that included pieces from 12 very diverse girls and women and as the primary editor for Anthology Volume … Continue reading Anatomy of a Book: Choosing and Organizing Your Writing- Christine Ray

Megha Sood Shares Her Favorite Indie Feminist Books of 2018

Name: Megha Sood Where you post your writing: https://meghasworldsite.wordpress.com/ https://whisperandtheroar.com/ https://godoggocafe.com/ http://arielchart.blogspot.com/ https://freeverserevolution.wordpress.com/ https://candlesonline.wordpress.com/ https://poetscornerblog.wordpress.com/ Publications: We Will not be Silenced ( Indie Blu(e) Press), 2018 Oddball Magazine Scrittura Magazine Dime Show Review Fourth and Sycamore KOAN ( Paragon Press) Vita Brevis Literature Three favorite indie books of 2018 1.  Composition of a woman Author: … Continue reading Megha Sood Shares Her Favorite Indie Feminist Books of 2018

Basilike Pappa Shares Her Favorite Indie Books of 2018

Name: Basilike Pappa Where you post your writing: I post on my blog Silent Hour and on Sudden Denouement - A Global Divergent Literary Collective Publications: My prose has appeared in Life & Art Magazine, Intrinsick, and Timeless Tales, and my poetry in Rat’s Ass Review, Surreal Poetics and Bones – Journal for Contemporary Haiku. … Continue reading Basilike Pappa Shares Her Favorite Indie Books of 2018

Anatomy of a Book: Choosing and Organizing Your Writing- Christine Ray

When I first contemplated choosing pieces and organizing them for Composition of a Woman, I naively thought it would be fairly quick and straightforward process.  I had recently served as the editor for an art show chapbook that included pieces from 12 very diverse girls and women and as the primary editor for Anthology Volume … Continue reading Anatomy of a Book: Choosing and Organizing Your Writing- Christine Ray

Kristiana Reed Reviews Magpie In August, By Kindra M. Austin

Austin stuns with her debut novel, Magpie in August. A lovingly written narrative about living, dying and the purgatory in between. I’ve been an admirer and reader of Austin’s poetry since late 2016, a little while after she started poemsandparagraphs. Austin always writes honestly with the razor-sharp ability to steal the breath from my lungs and make … Continue reading Kristiana Reed Reviews Magpie In August, By Kindra M. Austin

Nicholas Gagnier’s Review of Vine: Book Of Poetry By Melody Lee

Some works- be it visual, musical or, in this case, written- are immediately apparent as a labour of love and appreciation for the craft they’re derivative of. There is a metaphysical manifestation in their creation, love of a craft for the craft itself. You can find examples of this phenomenon in any creative industry. The … Continue reading Nicholas Gagnier’s Review of Vine: Book Of Poetry By Melody Lee

Book Review: Kindra M. Austin’s Constant Muses, by Mariah Voutilainen

Kindra M. Austin’s Constant Muses is a eulogy, a message of comfort and a warrior cry By:  Mariah Voutilainen Upon opening Kindra M. Austin’s Constant Muses, I was immediately taken with the  noir-y feel of her poetry.  As Austin’s opening piece suggests, it is “eternally October” in the world that she paints with her rich verse.  Skies are … Continue reading Book Review: Kindra M. Austin’s Constant Muses, by Mariah Voutilainen

The Value of Book Reviews- Kindra M. Austin

Book reviews are currency for the indie author, especially when reader feedback appears on Amazon and Goodreads. That makes sense, considering the weight of word of mouth marketing. I read an article on Impact recently that stated consumers are 4x more likely to buy goods and services when referred by a friend, and 63% of visitors are … Continue reading The Value of Book Reviews- Kindra M. Austin