iWriterly Video: Author Interview: Elliot Brooks – Peace and Turmoil

Elliot Brooks, indie author of Peace and Turmoil (book one of The Dark Shores series) and a BookTuber/AuthorTuber, joins iWriterly for an author interview. Meg LaTorre asks Elle questions about: Her decision to self publish The publishing process Selecting and working with a freelance editor Formatting, cover design, character art, choosing titles, and more Author … Continue reading iWriterly Video: Author Interview: Elliot Brooks – Peace and Turmoil

iWriterly Video: Self vs. Traditional Publishing: Part 1 | Collab with Natalia Leigh

Learn some of the reasons that go into deciding if you should self-publish (vs. traditionally-publish), where self-published authors can cut if they're on a tight budget, what aspects you shouldn't skimp on, why beta readers/critique partners are crucial, author platform, and more in this special collaboration with Natalia Leigh, indie author of HIGH BORN and … Continue reading iWriterly Video: Self vs. Traditional Publishing: Part 1 | Collab with Natalia Leigh

iWriterly Video: Author Interview – Angela Ackerman

Join iWriterly for an exclusive interview with Angela Ackerman, indie author and co-founder of the popular websites, Writers Helping Writers and One Stop For Writers. You may also know Angela from her many helpful tweets, providing published materials from a variety of different publications and platforms on the craft of writing.   https://youtu.be/ZwHyPVf2HtI   Connect … Continue reading iWriterly Video: Author Interview – Angela Ackerman

Author Interview: Reign of the Fallen by Sarah Glenn Marsh

Heya, book nerds! I'm absolutely thrilled to share with you iWriterly's exclusive interview with the lovely and talented Sarah Glenn Marsh, author of REIGN OF THE FALLEN. REIGN OF THE FALLEN was published in January 2018 by Razorbill Books (Penguin). Check out the chilling synopsis: Odessa is one of Karthia's master necromancers, catering to the kingdom's … Continue reading Author Interview: Reign of the Fallen by Sarah Glenn Marsh