iUniverse talks to Author Leda Sanford-The Mother of Reinvention

Posted on March 12, 2013 under iUniverse News
iUniverse author Leda Sanford

The other day I had the great pleasure to talk with one of iUniverse Publishing most esteemed authors, Leda Sanford, and what a fascinating lady! Rightly called The Mother of Reinvention, Leda took me through her distinguished life and career, …

iUniverse Footnotes March 2013 Author Challenge

Posted on March 12, 2013 under iUniverse Advice
iUniverse John Steinbeck

This month’s iUniverse Footnotes author challenge is as follows: Give us your famous author who inspires and influences your writing the most and why? Submit your answer as a comment to this post before midnight (EST) or 5:00pm (GMT) on …

iUniverse Provides The Four Paths to Publishing

Posted on March 11, 2013 under iUniverse News
iUniverse's Keith Ogorek

Last September Keith Ogorek, Senior Vice President of iUniverse’s parent company Author Solutions, was a guest speaker at a free event hosted by the Greater Los Angeles Writers Society. His seminar was titled Strategies for Self-Publishing to the Global Market …

iUniverse Author Justin Treece-How to Write and Market a Trilogy

Posted on March 10, 2013 under Author Blogs

Yesterday iUniverse author Justin Treece revealed the inspirations behind his writing and debut novel Minion. Today he concludes his two part iUniverse Blog series by talking about how Minion became part of a trilogy and how he plans to release …

The Inspirations Behind My Writing and My Trilogy’s Hero

Posted on March 9, 2013 under Author Blogs

“Every page of this book contains an impossible twist, and it ends with a cliffhanger that will leave you wishing for more.” “Minion melted my face off.” “The author had me feeling like I was watching an action movie with …

iUniverse Reviews Pilar Lastra

iUniverse self-published author Pilar Lastra appears very confident under the limelight that is LA,  but it would be presumptuous to assume  that she didn’t struggle with the same insecurities while writing her book that almost every other writer struggles with. The iUniverse Rising Star author …

iUniverse learns how Bookstores work with self-published Authors

Posted on March 6, 2013 under iUniverse News
iUniverse independent bookstore

Independent authors must be diligent in searching out physical bookstores in which to sell their work. One of the hardest aspects is presenting a convincing pitch for the shop. It helps to provide examples of how other bookstores have supported local self-published authors.

iUniverse Author’s New Book Reviewed by The New York Times

Posted on March 5, 2013 under iUniverse News
iUniverse Reviews Author -Damien Echols

Former iUniverse author Damien Echols, who spent 18 years on death row after being wrongly sentenced for murder has released his life story with Penguin Books. The New York Times has this to say: “(Echols) writes, with as much nostalgia …

iUniverse Author Interviewed By 1 on 1 Singularity

Posted on March 5, 2013 under iUniverse News
iUniverse independant author David-Simpson

Imagine a world where an IQ of 200 is possible for everyone through biological augmentation. Where travel from Mars to Earth is just a routine commute.

iUniverse Author David George Ball

Posted on March 4, 2013 under Author Blogs
iUniverse Published Author David George Ball

What makes a great Memoir? There are as many ways to write a great life story as their are ways to live a great life. Some of the best reads are about people who made important contributions that you didn’t appreciate until they shared their story.

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