iUniverse author Tom McKinley talks about his reasons for writing Winning the Fight to be Happy, how to become a happier person, and his publishing experience. Please briefly describe your book . . . Winning the Fight to …

Kenneth R. Trout’s memoir, “Navy Crash Crew”

Posted on November 6, 2017 under Author Blogs

      iUniverse author Kenneth R. Trout tells us about his memoir, Navy Crash Crew, and his journey as an author.   My book Navy Crash Crew began as a short fiction story. Slowly it evolved into non-fiction, and …

Douglas Gardham’s Book Signing Tips: Part Three

Posted on November 3, 2017 under Author Blogs

        iUniverse author Douglas Gardham, who has penned The Actor and The Drive In, here kindly gives us more spot-on, practical information for authors doing book signings. Thanks so much, Douglas! Your day has arrived. Feeling a …

iUniverse presents tips for horror settings

Posted on October 31, 2017 under iUniverse Advice

          Congratulations on overcoming any “fears” and deciding to write a horror novel! iUniverse wants to emphasize the vital importance of choosing a setting that suits and contributes to your story. iUniverse has seen new writers …

iUniverse author Douglas Gardham’s book signing tips – Part 2

Posted on October 25, 2017 under Author Blogs
Douglas Gardham

            iUniverse author Douglas Gardham, whose The Drive In and The Actor continue to receive acclaim, gives us Part Two of his very helpful tips on book signings. Book Signing – A Gift to Authors …

John Syriaco’s memoir, “My Life as a Surgeon”

Posted on October 21, 2017 under Author Blogs

              iUniverse author John Syriaco tells us about his new memoir, My Life as a Surgeon.   I am of Syrian origin, from Aleppo in particular. I studied medicine and worked as general surgeon …

Book signing guidance from an expert! (Part I)

Posted on October 18, 2017 under iUniverse Advice
Douglas Gardham

                iUniverse’s Douglas Gardham, author of The Actor and The Drive In, has significantly bolstered his marketing presence through engaging in book signings, and recently reached the milestone of selling his 1000th book …

Diaka Conde’s “Sexy Ladies’ Culinary Secret”!

Posted on October 17, 2017 under Author Blogs

iU author Diaka Silaty Conde tells us about her fascinating new cookbook, The Sexy Ladies’ Culinary Secret, consisting of healthy and traditional African recipes.   I am Diaka Conde, author of The Sexy Ladies’ Culinary Secret. A sociology degree-holder from …

iU’s Andy Ellis is picked up by traditional publisher!

Posted on October 11, 2017 under Author Blogs

                    The Dangers of Pimento Cheese by iUniverse author Andy Ellis has just been picked up by Blue Ink Press. Here, Andy tells us more about his book and his journey as …

Al Cadondon and “The Young Sailor”

Posted on October 6, 2017 under Author Blogs

                      Al Cadondon tells us about his new tale of youth and romance, The Young Sailor.   Please briefly describe your book . . . The Young Sailor is a …

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